TIL that in 1921 a submarine ran out of fuel some 190 Km from Hawaii during searching of a lost tug boat. The submarine had a week's worth of ration on board and no radio communication. The crew make a sail by rigging up blankets. The submarine successfully sailed to Hawaii in a couple of days.
Female orangutans, for example, actually make their own instruments of sexual pleasure: As Petter Boeckman of the Norwegian Natural History Museum delicately put it, they "make dildos out of wood and bark." They're also capable of having fetishes, apparently.
Orangutans are especially inventive. They make dildos of wood and bark," says Petter Boeckman of the Norwegian Natural History Museum. ... Do me a favor, and stay out of the scientific community ...
What gets me is that someone went through the effort to make an animatronic orangutan and then taught it to saw wood to troll a real orangutan. 4. level 2. switch8000. · 20d. They should put a while pile of cut wood next to the fake orangutan for the real orangutan to see when she wakes up. 1. level 1.
Female orangutans, for example, actually make their own instruments of sexual pleasure. Or, as Petter Boeckman of the Norwegian Natural History Museum so delicately puts it, they “make dildos ...
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Masturbation has been observed among primates, deer, killer whales and penguins, and we’re talking about both males and females. They rub themselves against stones and roots. Orangutans are especially inventive. They make dildos of wood and bark,” says Petter Boeckman of the Norwegian Natural History Museum. www.news-medical.net
Porcupines are especially fond of using sticks to pleasure themselves, and orangutans make dildos out of wood and bark. Noting these animal precedents, it is possible our ancestors may have ...
Orangutans make dildos out of wood! I guess when you are stuck in a zoo, you have nothing better to do than entertain the audience! Recommended Products.
One example of overlooking behaviour noted by Petter Bockman is a description of mating among giraffes, when nine out of ten pairings occur between males. “Every male that sniffed a female was reported as sex, while anal intercourse with orgasm between males was only “revolving around” dominance, competition or greetings.