Swans are swimming off the coast of the U.K., and the story has been picked up by the media, and even by celebrities.
A few days ago, Swans appeared in the headlines for a few reasons.
First, they’re a popular pet, and the media loves to write about them.
Second, they look cute.
The media loves a good picture of a baby swan.
But there’s one problem with the story: it’s fake.
A group of scientists from the University of Southampton has found that swans don’t eat much fish, and in fact, they may not even be eating enough fish to get by.
The researchers have also found that their diet includes far more shellfish than the average human, and that they’re missing out on much of the fish we would expect them to eat.
So what’s going on?
What’s wrong with swans?
The story of the swan and its relationship to fish, shellfish, and health is nothing new.
It goes back to the earliest recorded records of swans, which date back to 1849.
In that book, The New Zealander’s Guide to Swans, it’s said that swan fishing had been going on for generations before humans first got involved.
It was only in the late 19th century, when swans were becoming more widely available to the public, that swannas started getting the attention they are now receiving.
A lot of people have been writing about the importance of swan health over the past few decades, but little has been written about the effects of that diet on the swans’ health.
The swan is an excellent indicator of how much fish you are eating, and its body weight tells us a lot about how much you are consuming.
If a swan gets sick, it will often show signs of dehydration, lethargy, and lethargic behavior.
If you have a sick swan, you may also have some of the symptoms of the flu, but this is not a reason to freak out.
In fact, it is actually one of the reasons you should be eating more fish.
Swans also have a very low risk of dying from any type of cancer, but that risk may be even lower for swans who live in colder regions, and especially if they live in areas with little or no sun.
In addition to their low risk, swans are also known to eat very little meat, as well as a lot of seafood.
Swains are not alone in their low-fat diet.
In addition to being a great pet, they also have the highest cholesterol in the world.
Swan health is a very important part of the health of the marine environment, and we should be working to get our swans to eat less of it.
The more swans we have, the healthier they will be for us, and for our kids.