After being seen on camera gripping their flippers while strolling down the beach, two penguins are capturing hearts all over the internet.
Norma Landeros-Ramirez and her husband saw one of the most beautiful moments on a South African beach while on their honeymoon.
“SINCE MY HUSBAND AND I HAVE JUST MARRIED, I WANTED TO SEE THE PENGUINS BECAUSE I HAD HEARD THAT THEY KEEP ONE PARTNER FOR LIFE, SO IT SEEMS APPROPRIATE,” NORMA SAID.
This penguin breed, which can be seen in Boulders Penguin Colony in Cape Town, Africa, is known for its unwavering loyalty to one another. They not only stay with their spouse for the rest of their lives, but they also raise their children together.
Despite their romantic nature, this charming interaction between animals isn’t something you’ll witness every day. Even if penguins have been seen holding hands frequently.
This penguin pair looks at each other while walking along the beach, and their flippers and faces make a heart shape for a brief period.
For the Ramirez couple, the romantic occasion was nothing short of a treasured experience as they saw something very unique. Penguins, on the other hand, aren’t the only romantic creatures. Sea otters also grasp hands while sleeping to avoid drifting apart. Perhaps these charming animals can teach us something about love.