Penguins mate for life. They are a symbolic example from the animal kingdom of life-long love and devotion. When a penguin finds its prospect for true love, he finds the most unique pebble on the beach and brings it to the object of his devotion as a gift, to show her that she is the most uniquely beautiful creature in his eyes.
Could any creature be more faithful? And penguins have a secret, graceful side too.
A penguin is a bird that does not fly in the air. Instead, it flies through the water, as nimble as a minnow as it plays under the ice, a far cry from that adorable waddle on the beach.
Despite their cuteness, those who really know penguins understand that their grace and devotion are their most pure qualities. But they are tough too. Their feet allow them to glide along ice where others would fall. They flourish in a climate that others would find unbearable.
Penguins are indeed the most perfect symbol of pure love and innocence. And they are well dressed to boot.
After all, what other member of the animal kingdom comes with its own tuxedo, the perfect formal wear for courtship?