Making do with what you got

Scientists may have caught two animals from completely different species having consensual sex for the first time.

A new paper, titled ‘Interspecies sexual behaviour between a male Japanese macaque and female sika deer’, describes what is thought to be one of the first ever recorded instances of “reproductive interference” between two very different animals.

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18 Responses to Making do with what you got

  1. Matt says:

    First ever? Don’t know about that. I used to work with a guy who had a pet raccoon that was always humping away on his dog. Either the dog was okay with it or finally got tired of fighting.


  2. Unclezip says:

    Those “scientists” don’t get out much.

  3. Muslims have been doing this for awhile, now. I’ll bet you already got 1000 comments saying this, tho.

    • Odgreen says:

      Well, here it is. All the justification the liberals will need to first legitimize, then leagalize beastiality. Mark my words, it won’t be long and they’ll be screaming hysterically about their “right” to mate with (fill in animal of your choice here.)

      • Elmo says:

        Next comes marriage to (fill in animal of your choice here).
        And if you don’t approve, you’re a ‘hater’.

  4. Critter says:

    So, these scientists have not heard of mules, yes?

  5. Jameson says:

    Pics, or it didn’t happen.

  6. Padawan says:

    I have a joke but don’t want to get banned.

  7. rick says:

    Welcome to the world of research grant writing. Key words include ‘1st time’, ‘may’. Used in a sentence…’We believe this may be the 1st recorded instance of this phenomena. We’re not sure, therefore it is necessary that we redouble our efforts which, incidentally, exceeds our ability to fund.

    All said in an air of uncertainty. And the individual is always referred to in the plural. An added bonus is to convey a sense of urgency, stressing the rarity of the occurrence and the possibility of a missed research opportunity.

  8. rick says:

    Ok, I followed the link. The byline beneath the title sheds light on how this ‘research’ is to be used.

    Look for the argument that bestiality should be normalized since the behavior is ‘natural’. After all, animals do it.

  9. Fjord says:

    They’ll use anything to justify bestiality.

  10. ed357 says:

    Watched the video…..

    It’s not sex….at least for the deer….

    Monkey gets on deer’s back and uses the deer’s back…..

    It’s kinda like the monkey is using a deer sock.

  11. Eastwood says:

    Couldn’t have took much effort a monkey will pretty much hump anything.

  12. Glenn B says:

    So all those German Shepherds, Dobermans, Great Danes and mutts that screwed willing women in those French films in the years of my delinquent youth were, by that logic, unwilling? What about the donkey shows in Tijuana with donkeys screwing the whores, or getting blown by them, on stage while all the navy types hooted and hollered – were the donkeys not doing it willingly? Or is it that scientists don’t consider people, human beings, to be animals? As I recall my biology lessons we’re just that. So, sex between a willing human and a willing beast should qualify unless it just conveniently never “caught” by a scientist before and this and thus not “recorded”. Silly scientists!

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