Scientists often extrapolate their research on animals and apply it to explaining human behavior. We share 98 percent of our DNA with them but more importantly, animals often seem to know what’s up long before we figure it out. And with that in mind, I proudly present: A Primate Dating Primer. Dress Sexy Wear something alluring –…
Sea slugs stab their partners with their penis in the brain after sex. Researchers say the penis probably injects proteins close to her central nervous system, either stimulating her to conceive or somehow preventing other slugs from inseminating her.
The male spoonworm is swallowed by the female and lives his life in her genital sac. Brings new meaning to “I want to get in your pants”.
Baby-murdering meerkat alpha females enslave subordinates as wet nurses. The dominant meerkat will kill subordinate’s offspring and force them to take care of the alpha’s offspring, or face expulsion and certain death outside the group. So much for Animal Planet’s rosy portrayl of Meerkat Manor….
The most attractive Vervet monkeys have the brightest blue scrotums. If a male falls in social standing, the color begins to fade. The females can easily identify the most dominant males and choose their mate.
When a honey bee queen takes flight, male bees mate with her mid-flight. They ejaculate, blowing the tips of their penises into her and fall to the ground, dead. The sound of the ejaculation can be heard by humans as a faint “pop”. She stores the penises in her and uses the semen throughout her…
Pregnancy requires a lot of time and energy. Ain’t no flatworm got time for that! So they fence with their penises to determine which one gets inseminated.