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Here is how it works: these bitches share the pics with their boyfriends, their boyfriends share it with us, we share it with you, and everyone is happy! [public] created by Matt742 Come in here, if you want to get down to have some fun and send some smut to a stranger! Whatsapp, Kik, Yahoo are all accepted so share your addresses! Swans hatch up to 10 eggs at a time with the expectation of losing several of them. If a mate is lost then the surviving mate will go through a grieving process like humans do, after which it will either stay where it is on its own, fly off and find a new stretch of water to live on (where a new mate may fly in and join it) or fly off and re-join a flock. In the wild, with all the hazards they have to live with (vandals, pollution, dogs, mink, overhead cables, bridges, pylons, lead poisoning, fishing-tackle injuries etc), an average lifespan would be 12 years.
Shared Babes shows you uncensored photos and videos of girlfriends and ex gfs that love taking amateur pics of themselves while getting very fucking nasty.It is also a criminal offence to interfere with nesting swans in any way - they cannot be moved if the location of the nest is inconvenient for whatever reason. In addition to the natural threats they face from foxes, mink & botulism, modern society has added several more such as pollution, vandalism, uncontrolled dogs, fishing-tackle and lead poisoning, as well as unmarked pylons, overhead cables & bridges. Whilst juveniles this is only really possible by veterinary inspection.However, once they have matured (about 4 years old) there is normally a marked difference in size (males are bigger) and, in the case of mute swans, the black fleshy knob at the base of the beak is larger in the male.Is it true that a swan's wing can break your arm? If a wing in full span and velocity were to hit a weak-boned person (such as a child or an elderly person) then it is theoretically possible.In reality it is almost unheard of and is never used as a form of attack as swans are a defensive bird.