Celebrate Valentines at Springbok Casino

February has long been known as the month of love. February 14th is Valentine's Day, a day in which South Africans celebrate with hearts, chocolates, and red roses. This year, you can also celebrate Valentines at Springbok Casino.

Lovebirds and Free Spins at Springbok Casino

Springbok Casino celebrates both love, and the beautiful animal kingdom at the same time. If you think that humans have interesting courting rituals, the animal kingdom is not far behind, if not way ahead of us. The casino's manager loves animals, and has put together videos and information about fascinating courtship rituals between animals. You can find this information on the casino's site when you flap your lovebird wings and head over to get some free spins.

Casino players love slots, and Springbok Casino has decided to give players a Valentines gift they can enjoy. One of the most popular slots at the casino is Bubble Bubble The casino is offering real money players 25 free spins on a slot you love. The 25 Bubble Bubble free spins can be played throughout the month all the way to the end of February 28th, 2018. Make sure to use the special coupon code HELLO-LOVE to redeem your free spins. Bubble Bubble is a popular Reatltime Gaming (RTG) slot.

Springbok Casino has picked RTG's Sweet 16 as its Game of the Month for February. There are free spins, a match bonus, and double comp points to celebrate young love.

Animal Courting Rituals at Springbok Casino

Daniel van Wyck, the Springbok Casino manager, noted: "Elephants may not be the first animals that come to mind when you think of romance, but when these gentle animals use their trunks to caress their mates, they purr like giant kittens."

He further noted that there are some other interesting rituals, like that of the male porcupine. He stands on his hind legs, and sprays urine on the female. While this may be fascinating, it's best not to try this one at home! Perhaps copying the Blue Crane would be a better idea. The male puts on a beautiful dance, bowing, stretching his wings out, leaping around and even throwing small objects up into the air.

In most of the animal kingdom, it is the male's job to attract the female, or at least to fight off the other ‘men' who want to remove him from the equation. But if you want to try things differently, the female Topi antelope is the one who fights for the male she wants, making sure to interrupt any other females who try to enter her territory.