At Busch Gardens, a 45-year-old female Aldabra tortoise was chosen by an unlikely suitor: a male Pacific Brant goose. The unusual pair has been together for 4 years. Brant geese mate for life, and it seems that this friendship is in for the long haul. Watch a scene from “Animal Odd Couples” which premieres Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 8/7c (check local listings).
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