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Mute Swans

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Mute Swans

Mute swans have the botanical emblem, Cygnus Olor. This waterfowl specie is regarded to have its source from Eurasia and was introduced to other parts of the world, including Australia, North America, and South Africa. A typical mute swan has a white plumage, and weighs up to 9kg (for the female) and 13 kg (for the male). An adult measures averagely about 150 cm (1.5 meters) when on a full length, and 240 cm (2.4meters) when the wings are fully stretched. It has a black bill as a short extension (basal knob) from the white feathers and grows into an...

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The Life of Swans

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The Life of Swans

Swans belong to the avian family, Anatidae. In a biological session, they are called by the genus term, Cygnus. This species of animals have characteristic white colors with long necks shooting out from their feathery hunchbacks. A younger member of the family is referred to, as a swanling or cygnet. An adult male is called a cob, and an adult female, a pen. Swans are known to be the largest genus of waterbirds/waterfowls in the Anatidae family. They also bear record, as one of the largest flying birds. There are at least six classes/types of swans known, namely: Mute Swan:...

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New Swan-Based Store The Swan Shop Becomes the Number One Store For All Swan Lovers

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New Swan-Based Store The Swan Shop Becomes the Number One Store For All Swan Lovers

Swans are globally seen as a sign of love, appreciation and respect. People have for a very long time used necklaces, bracelets and other accessories of swans as gifts because there is simply something alluring about this majestic bird. It invokes a feeling of nature and nurture in anyone who sees it, and as a result, they simply can't help but feel appreciated and loved by the people near them. That being said, there is an incredibly high amount of people who wish to get their hands on amazing swan-shaped products. This is why it's quite puzzling why so many...

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