What Nature Does For Love
With this being Valentines Day month, we were a little stumped about what to do for our partners and freinds. Sometimes you just can’t be sure that you are doing something someone will really love. We all have various Love Languages. Some people use words to express affection, some people love to give gifts, others want physical touch or to do activities together.
And so we can look under the waves for a little love inspiration!
As BBC Earth shows us in the video, the Puffer Fish creates a beautiful circle of art to attract a mate. Working twenty-four hours a day for a week and using only the flipping of his fins, the geometric artistic result is so beautiful, it captures our heart. And remember as Livescience.com points out the Puffer Fish is about 4-5 inches long and the “art circle” can be up to seven feet in diameter!
What about the female fish? They inspect the works of art and if they like it,well, let the mating begin!
So… after seeing this… the pressure’s on for a special gift for your significant other!
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