Not A Meerkat Monday #7: Black Swans

From Australia, there’s no chance that a meerkat will run into one of these beautiful birds! Known for their red beaks and striking black plumage, black swans are monogamous and have a wingspans of up to 78 inches. These birds are known to swim with their necks arched and erect and their wings fluffed aggressively. Black swans are omnivorous.

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