Penguin Couple Spotted Romanticly Holding Hands While Walking Along The Beach

Penguin Couple Spotted Romanticly Holding Hands While Walking Along The Beach

  There is no strange to see couples and newlyweds hand-in-hand taking a romantic stroll on the beach. They love their partners and enjoy every moment they spend together. The special affection for the other half is shown through the eyes and small gestures like hugging and hand-holding. Their hearts are filled with love and happiness.

Norma Landeros-Ramirez was on her honeymoon with her husband in Cape Town, South Africa when she saw a heartwarming and romantic scene unfold before her eyes at Boulders Penguin Colony. She quickly recorded the ʀᴀʀᴇ sight with her smart phone. This African penguin couple having a romantic stroll on the beach will make you believe in love again. It’s such a romantic scene that makes all lonely souls ᴊᴇᴀʟᴏᴜs. Some people hilariously comment that why these marine creatures find their partners but they don’t. I can’t stop laughing when reading these funny comments. The pair strolls alongside each other. They even stop to glance at each other for a moment. Time seems to stop for minutes there. The scene (nature and animals) softens the ᴛᴏᴜɢʜᴇsᴛ parts of our hearts. It turns out, happiness is simple. African penguin also called Jackass penguin. They are acclimated to warmer climates. So nice to see happy things like this. Penguins are full of happiness and love. They feel love just like us humans do only I think they respect each other more than humans do.” Some netizens are even ᴊᴇᴀʟᴏᴜs. Lovely Vee says: “These penguins got a better love life than me!”

As you may know, penguins are incredibly loyal birds. The bond between the male and female is so strong. Gentoos, the most loyal and monogamous species in the penguin, pair up with the same partner in every mating season to almost 90%. The interesting thing is that penguins split up over winter. It means that they travel up to 10,000 miles a year to seek their love. They get back together in the same nest and produce new chicks.

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