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Animals that redefine love

by Roy soni about a year ago in humanity
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6 Animals that teaches love

Love is the most powerful emotion in this world. The world is incomplete without the emotion of love. In this 21st century, people have forgotten what are the qualities of a relationship? Here are some animals that will redefine love. These animals share some quality of a meaningful relationship.

1. Albatross

Who does not like a beautiful Disney Cinderella love story? Where you find the one by dancing. This fairy tale also happens in real life, For finding the right life partner, they use dancing, yes you have heard it right. Albatrosses have a lifespan of about 43 years, found in the southern ocean and the pacific region, learn to dance, vocal, stares, and grip to find their best half when they grow up, at the age of 10. They dance with several partners till they find their king or queen. They will mate with the same partner for a lifetime.

This bird has been considered one of the most loyal. Also, have the least divorce rate compared to other birds that have been studied to this date by humans. The Albatross truly teaches that lifelong relationships are real.

The learning thing from albatross is that you need to work on yourself, as said to find the perfect partner you have to become a perfect partner. The perfect partner in real life does not mean the physical part only, but it also means the inner part, the inner beauty of a person. kindness, understanding, loyalty, sincerity, respect, etc are some qualities to be worked on to become a perfect partner

2. Angler fish

We learn a great deal from this animal. This species of the animal kingdom teaches us to work as a team. The males are smaller than the female, almost the size of a fraction to her. Male find the female by her smell in the dark and deep area of the ocean. The important part is that the males are not luminous as females and more susceptible to be eaten by predators during these searches in dark areas of water bodies. When they found their better half, the male use his small, sharp teeth latch on the female intended’s side, they fuse.

Males lose their eyes and connect the blood supply of their body with the female. Also, counting for food. When you fall in love, two become one. One should have individuality, but they must work as one.

3. lovebirds

If you're a loving couple, you'll most likely be known as lovebirds. Lovebirds are species of parrots known for their affection for one another. This bird is colorful, like the feeling of love. This bird does not see love as an element of life but as a way of life. Many people think that love is only a part of life, but love should be present in every moment of life. If this thing became a reality, the world would be more beautiful. Birds become depressed when their partners die or are separated. This bird loves to cuddle and sit with their partner, giving some love signal to each other. The male is very responsible. looking after the mother and child during the feeding period.

Try to be a love bird for life, not for a while. lovebirds are clear depictions that love is not a one-time thing or it will fade. The important thing is that infatuation will surely fade but love will not. The forms of love might change but not their existence.

With relationships, responsibility comes along with it. If responsibility is equally divided, relationships would last like a loving bird.

4. Bonobo chimpanzzee

This creature from the animal kingdom is special because the female is the leader, not the male. This type of animal is calm, friendly, and never kills any of its kind. Chimps like to practice love rituals as they find a way to cut stress from their mind.

Love is the strongest emotion in the world. When you are under the shadow of love, you are safe from the harmful rays of negativity like stress. Not giving enough time and respect to the significant partner, especially women. This is the main reason behind the breaking of relationship. Being respectful is a necessity. Relationships should not cost you your peace, then it is too expensive for you to be in that relationship.

5. Bower birds

This beautiful bird from the animal kingdom mates with the same partner for life. The Male constructs the house with colorful sticks. paints the house with his saliva, chewed fruits, and flowers. For decorations, they use berries. Cultivate plants near the home to look more appealing to the female. Building this type of beautiful house is not easy for this little animal. The female gets attracted by the house and starts discovering the structure of the house. Their bond continues for the whole lifetime.

The learning thing is that you don't need time and effort to fall in love, because love is unconditional. time and effort are necessary to make the relationship last longer and productive

6. Wolves

It is another beautiful animal that mates with the same partner for a lifetime. Wolves are more known for their bonding as a herd, but the group consists of various nuclear families. Wolves are great at balancing the relationship. they balance between their position in the group and their role in their families.

A person has different relations in their life. from being a child to becoming a partner and then becoming a parent. It is important to value each relation. In today's world, when people find their significant other. they forgot friends and family, the ones who were with them when they were alone. One needs to create a balance in his/her different relations. so their relationships last longer

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Roy soni

A boy who is trying to learn the art of writing. I love to read and write. Deep thinker, sensitive type of person. Love every form art

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