What Animals Mate for Life?

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The flamingos are the only animals known to mate for life. They usually reach sexual maturity a couple of years after hatching and start breeding when they are about six years of age. Flamingos may breed twice and at any time during the year, depending on rainfall and its consequent affect on food supply. However, they do not breed every year.
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There are several different animals that mate for life. A few of these animals are wolves, swans, ospreys, condors, bald eagles, beavers, and barn owls. You can find more information here: http://www.wonderquest.com/animal-mate-for-life.htm
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