2. And that the larger a narwhal's tusk, the bigger their balls.
3. Your eye movements can indicate whether you feel love or lust.
4. An intimate kiss can pass on around 80 million bacteria.
5. Some animals' sex lives will make you feel better about your own.
6. We saw how dinosaurs may have boinked.
How did dinosaurs have sex? Historically scientists have twiddled their thumbs about this mystery due to it being a bit of a taboo to study and a glaring lack of evidence.
While no fossils of copulating dinosaurs have been found, in recent years scientists have started looking to dinosaurs’ closest living relatives — birds and crocodiles — to figure out how they reproduced.
Both birds and crocodiles have a “cloaca," or an opening that deals with intestinal, reproductive, and urinary tracts. Early bird species had a penis that emerged from this opening to deliver sperm, so dinosaurs probably did too.