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Two Mandarin Geese Enjoying In Water!

Within the eyes of historical Chinese language, Mandarin Geese kind a life-time couple, in contrast to many different species of geese. Therefore they’re steadily featured in Oriental artwork and are thought to be an emblem of conjugal affection and constancy.The Mandarin Duck image can be utilized in Chinese language weddings, as a result of in conventional Chinese language lore they symbolize wedded bliss and constancy.

A Chinese language proverb for loving {couples} makes use of the Mandarin Duck as a metaphor: "Two mandarin geese enjoying in water" (鸳鸯戏水) Extra: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandarin_Duck

Spring Watch, After Sundown, Kensington Gardens, London

Within the wild, Mandarin Geese breed in densely wooded areas close to shallow lakes, marshes or ponds. They nest in cavities in timber near water and throughout the spring, the females lay their eggs within the tree’s cavity after mating.

Posted by pallab seth on 2011-04-07 02:40:41

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