Swans are members-only land and ocean animal. They are the fifth bird, after penguins, eagles, falcons, flamingoes, and toucans. They are the size of a falcon.
Their Alpha is Olora, the Swan Shamaness (or whatever you call a female shaman).
Sit: They fold their wings and sit like a hen.
Play: They beat their wings and hop around gracefully.
Dance: They twirl and spin, much like a ballerina.
Sleep: They go in sitting position, but they lay their head down on the ground.
Hop: They spread their wings and hop higher than a wolf, flapping their wings.
Pose: They stand still, underside showing.
Play: They swim up and down in the water, and then left and right, like a seal.
Dance: They twirl like they do on land, but much slower.