Strict adherence to monogamy, saying no to adultery, these faithful animals make the whole world admire and admire.
They are passionate and loving animals. Once married, they will adhere strictly to the monogamous diet, say no to adultery. They always go in pairs, never one without the other.
However, few animals are faithful to married life. Only around 3 to 5% of them spend their entire life with a single partner. Here are some masters of monogamous loyalty in the animal kingdom:
Sun Conures parrots are small in size but colorful in body
1. Parrots Sun Conures
Usually, this parrot begins to choose a sexual partner around the age of 4 to 5 months.
Small parrots generally live in the northeastern part of South America. They are very social and live together in groups, communicating aloud. Before entering a serious relationship, they begin to learn by nurturing and grooming each other. Once in a relationship, all life does not change.
The couple will dance to the testimony of the cousins at the special wedding
2. Gray crown crane
When they find their mate, the Gray-crowned Crane often arranges a special wedding. Birds living in Uganda take the relationship between husband and wife very seriously. To demonstrate their commitment, the young couple will dance together in front of their cousins before leaving the nest.
Tweety monkeys curled their tails together to show affection
3. Tweety Monkey
Titi monkeys often live in the tropical rain forests of South America. Their relationship is very special in the animal kingdom. Their feelings are often very strong and loyal for a lifetime. If the couple accidentally broke up, the couple would be extremely miserable. They often show affection by curling their tails together and side by side during, after mating season.
Ancient seagulls pull out the Atlantic Ocean, rubbing their beaks to show their love
4. Atlantic seagulls
These birds often rub their beaks as if they were kissing. People rarely see this bird changing companions. Every year they return to the same place to breed, nest with the one they love. Once the female lays the eggs, she will stay in the nest to take care of the offspring and the male will go for food and take responsibility for protecting the nest.
Faithful white seahorses stand side by side and wrap tangerines
5. White seahorse
They are faithful together until one of them dies. The female seahorse usually seduces the male and once married, the male will become pregnant and give birth.
Dik-diks are usually small, but have a big heart
6. Gazelles Dik-diks
This antelope is generally small in size, but has a large heart. Males always do their best to protect the female. Once paired, they rarely change.