10 most romantic animals in the world

Albatrosses are large seabirds found in the Southern Ocean and the North Pacific regions. They are the largest flying birds with the longest wingspans of around 12 feet.

Elephants: Looking at these huge mammals, don’t judge that they are unromantic. These magnificent creatures do have all sorts of feelings that even man possess.

Anglerfish is a type of bony fish — the reason for its name is the fleshy growth from its head. It is unbelievable that these anglerfish are famous for their romantic rituals.

Lovebirds, as the name implies these small parrot species are much affectionate and born to love each other. They appear in green, orange and yellow colors usually.

Seahorses are romantic animals in the marine with horse-like necks and an upright posture. They possess a curled prehensile tail. They exhibit a highly romantic nature. 

Bonobos are a kind of chimpanzee often called as a pygmy chimpanzee. They are found in Central Africa. The bonobos have closest similarities with humans beings.

Manakins are small passerine birds. They usually appear in the American tropical regions. The name came from the Dutch word mannekijn, with meaning little man.

Great Hornbills or Great Indian Hornbill usually lives in Indian Subcontinent and South East Asia. They have a lifespan of around 50 years. The females are smaller in size compared to the males.

Bowerbirds are famous romantic birds. They use fruits in their diet and sometimes flowers, nectar, and leaves as well.Courtship behavior of the birds is considered to be a very special feature of them

Pufferfish, also known as blowfish is a type of marine fish. They are considered to be the top one romantic animal in the world. Pufferfish uses many tricks to escape from the predators.