Mute Swan or White Swan, Cygnus olor, Germany


Mute Swan or White Swan, Cygnus olor, Germany

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Hoeckerschwan, in der Regel legt das Weibchen 4 Eier - (Foto Hoeckerschwanfamilie) / Mute Swan, the female usually lays 4 eggs - (Photo Mute Swan family) / Cygnus olor

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grizzly

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Zoonar/Helge Schulz

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