5.14.2013

Tiny Tuesday: How baby swans get around.

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Photo credit: BNPS.CO.UK for Daily Mail via Pinterest

How cute is this mom swan carting around six babies beneath her wings? Unfortunately this is the closest I'll ever come to getting that sort of treatment. 

SWAN FACTS: A baby swan is called a cygnet. A group of swans is called a bevy, or wedge if they are in flight. Swans have "teeth" - jagged parts of their bills used to catch and cut fish. They're not really teeth with nerves and sockets, more like chompers. Most swans can't wait to sink their chompers into you, because if you haven't noticed, they are mean as shit.



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