A great addition to your crane collection. This gorgeous piece is made from brass and will compliment your home decor.
All cranes, young and old alike, participate in elaborate, enthusiastic "dancing," often just for the fun of it! For the young, dancing helps to develop physical and social skills. It serves as a courtship ritual for the single adults and gets established pairs ready to breed, too. In a flock of cranes, once a dance starts, it can quickly become contagious, with all the cranes joining in. Although dance patterns differ among crane species, all patterns have long, detailed sequences of coordinated bows, leaps, runs, and short flights. During a dance, the cranes will pick up sticks, grass, feathers, or whatever small objects are near, tossing them up into the air with their bills. The dance of the demoiselle crane Anthropoides virgo has even been described as an avian ballet.
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