Lakeland’s last adult black-necked swan, a male, is tending a nest and its one egg after a car hit and killed his female mate Saturday. That egg and four more in an incubator may determine the success of the city’s six-year effort to perpetuate its black-necked swans.

Source: The Ledger

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  1. How can you hit a swan?! They are not small. Should have more repercussions.

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