|Category:||Nature Photography | Posted:||October 10, 2018|
at a lake near home
grey swans don't exist:really?
these two swans lost their head...LOL-------------
Four black Australian swans were introduced into our area about 3 years ago; They had 5 babies, all killed by cats during the first month; The year after, same problem occured;
during the first year, the black swans were chased by the resident much larger white (mute) swans; One year later, 3 adults disappeared and only one male survived; Finally, at the begining of this year, the white swans accepted the presence of the black survivor; and the surprise emerged this summer: one of the resident female had 3 pure white and 2 grey ones, obviously the offsprings of the black male;
I didn't find on Google the occurrence anywhere of grey swans...
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