A video of two gerenuks has surfaced on Twitter and is swiftly going viral on social media.

Screenshot from video posted on Twitter by Parveen Kaswan.

Do you know what gerenuks are? If not, you need to watch this video on Twitter featuring two of these “cute animals” as it has gone viral on social media. Parveen Kaswan of the Indian Forest Service shared the 46-second video on Wednesday and it has garnered over 13,000 views so far.

The two gerenuks were filmed playing around in a forest grassland while on a “date”. The male gerenuk made an attempt to impress his partner, Kaswan said in the caption of his post. It plucked leaves from a plant while his partner also made an effort to do so.

“These cute animals are gerenuks. And they are on a date, male trying best to impress partner,” Parveen Kaswan said in the caption of his post.

This is such a sweet video:

The internet enjoyed the video and thanked Kaswan for sharing it. “Never even heard of this animal. Thanks for sharing,” a comment read. Another user wrote, “Unbelievable”.

See the comments here:

Gerenuk, also known as the giraffe gazelle, has distinct characteristics with a long neck and legs, round eyes and a flat head of sorts. Generally found in the Horn of Africa and East Africa, gerenuks are also described as long-necked antelopes.

Gerenuks feed on plants, flowers, fruits and leaves. It does not drink water regularly.

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