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27 Mind-Blowing Facts About Animal Sex

Pandas watch porn and kangaroos have three vaginas!

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1. If there's any conflict between bonobos, they have sex or share food instead of fighting. It solves nearly every issue!

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2. If pandas are reluctant to mate, showing them videos of other pandas mating has proven to help get them ~in the mood~.

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3. Whales take the top spot for largest penis in the animal kingdom. Their penises can range from eight to ten feet!

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4. Alligators spend every moment of their lives with an erection.

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5. Kangaroos have three vaginas--which means they can be perpetually pregnant.

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6. Flatworms engage in "penis fencing" when trying to impregnate a potential mate--basically they stab violently at one another with their penises.

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7. Sexually frustrated dolphins have been known to go on killing sprees or get frisky with snorkelers and scuba divers to relieve their frustration.

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8. Koalas have TWO penises .

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9. Male honey bees compete to mate with their queen, but during the explosive ejaculation his penis rips off and he falls to his death.

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10. Sexually frustrated sea otters will kidnap and attempt to mate with seal pups.

11. During mating, the female praying mantis devours the head of her male partner. The nerve tissue that controls sexual movements is found in the abdomen rather than the brain, so the headless mantis can continue having sex with his mate.

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12. Male porcupines prompt females for sex by soaking them in urine from head to toe.

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13. Before mating, a male giraffe drinks the urine of a female giraffe to see if she's fertile.

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14. Female ducks have corkscrew-shaped vaginas with many false chambers, so if she's raped by an undesirable male it won't result in pregnancy.

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15. Male bowerbirds build and decorate elaborate nests to attract a mate. They've been known to use flowers, berries, seashells and coins.

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16. Echidnas have a four-headed penis and they use two heads at a time, rotating each time they mate.

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17. Male anglerfish can't function on their own, so they have to attach themselves to female anglerfish as a kind of parasite.

18. Snails have sperm darts that they shoot at a potential mate to impregnate her.

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19. Male manakins channel their inner Michael Jackson and moonwalk to attract a mate.

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20. Female macaques are really loud while they're having sex--turns out it's because it really turns on male macaques!

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21. Since barnacles are stationary, they have enormous penises that "blindly reach into neighboring shells and deposit sperm."

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22. If a female chicken doesn't approve of the male who impregnated her, she will eject his sperm from her body.

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23. Argentine lake ducks have a 17-inch penis that they use to lasso females.

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24. Male Dromedary camels drool a lot during mating season. They also have a pink sack called a "doula" that they inflate, it hangs out of their mouths and really attracts female camels.

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25. Instead of having penises, sharks have an organ known as a clasper.

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26. An elephant's penis can weigh as much as 30kg. It is also prehensile, which means it can function kind of like a fifth leg.

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27. Male hippos mark their territory by flinging their poop everywhere, this wards off males and attracts females. This means his future mate might get a piece of that dung shower.

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