Australia, NSW, Sturt National Park; red kangaroos jumping away from water hole (Macropus rufus); the red kangaroo population increased dramatically after the recent rains in the previous 3 years following 8 years of drought
(©theo Allofs/theoallofs.com) The 6 weirdest animal genitals
Size may matter for humans, but our private parts are tame compare to these animals'
July 18, 2014 11:40PM (UTC)
So, we've heard the pros and cons of large
male genitalia for humans. But to be honest, regardless of size, they are pretty mellow body parts compared to other genitals in the animal kingdom. (As is the case with some animal sperm.)
The guys at
AsapTHOUGHT have created this pretty fascinating (although not quite safe for work) video about the varying genitalia found in nature. From ducks to kangaroos, here are the strangest animal genitals:
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