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>But the truth is riding elephants should be avoided. In the US, organizations, including the Humane Society of the US and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, are against riding elephants because of the abuse the animals undergo when they are taught to carry people, as well as safety concerns

Dolphins have sex for fun: Females have functional clitorises that provide pleasure when stimulated

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Female dolphins have a functional clitoris that is similar to that of a human, a new study finds.

A team of scientists led by Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts found bottlenose dolphins have a clitoris-like structure in the vaginal entrance that includes sensory nerves and erectile bodies.

For the study, researchers carried out detailed analysis on the clitorises of 11 females that had died naturally and found strong evidence to support the organ's functionality.

This work revealed many similarities between the dolphin's structure and a female human's clitoris, specifically the erectile tissue looks like that of a human, which means it likely plays a role in providing pleasure.

Within the dolphin's tissue are space for blood to rush, allowing the area to inflate and the clitoris-like structure to become hard.

Dolphins, also like humans, have sex not just for reproducing but also for bonding and pleasure.

'Every time we dissected a vagina, we would see this very large clitoris, and we were curious whether anyone had examined it in detail to see if it worked like a human clitoris,' Lead author and animal genital expert Patricia Brennan of Mount Holyoke College said in a statement.

'We knew that dolphins have sex not just to reproduce, but also to solidify social bonds, so it seemed likely that the clitoris could be functional.'

The first feature was the presence of erectile tissue structures, with many blood vessels.

'What that means is these are tissues that actually engorge with blood, very much like a penis, and the human clitoris,' said Brennan.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-10387397/Like-humans-clitoris-key-pleasure-female-dolphins.html
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>where are we going, anon
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/herp/ - Reptile & Amphibian General

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Tegu edition, a joint venture with the what do tegus think about thread >>4027646
. Edition.

This thread is dedicated to all animals of the reptilia and amphibia classes. Topics include, but are not limited to: geckos, snakes of all kinds, frogs, salamanders, newts, turtles, tortoises, and much more. Before asking a question, do a search on the internet to see if it has been answered
Classifieds for finding breeders and products:
>morphmarket.com
>kingsnake.com
>faunaclassifieds.com
>reptilescanada.com (Canadian breeders)
>caudata.org
Most forums will have a "for sale" section on them, so look for that, especially if you have a specific herp you want. Craigslist can also be a good source for cheap aquariums, and make sure to check for any reptile expos that occur in your area.

When asking a question, make sure to include these details:
>Type and size of animal
>Enclosure dimensions
>Humidity and temperature
>Type of substrate
>The decor you use
>How often you feed
>The type of food you use
>If your animal is wild caught or captive bred
>How often you handle
>Who you bought the animal from

Other Helpful Resources
>www.blackjungleterrariumsupply.com
>www.joshsfrogs.com
>http://www.reptilesmagazine.com
>http://www.anapsid.org
>http://www.hylid.clara.co.uk/caer.htm
>https://www.americanmadeexotics.com/breeding-ball-pythons-article.html
>http://blogs.thatpetplace.com/thatreptileblog/

>>4023849
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Hong Kong to cull hamsters and quarantine pet store visitors over Covid fears

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>https://www.ft.com/content/48bcaeea-4478-4cef-b728-60079e06cbd9

BROOOS WHAT THE HELL IS GOIN ON!??????????????????

/aq/ Aquarium General

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Previous: >>4034885

stiphodon edition

Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor, and issues. Before asking questions in this thread, make sure you give us at least some details when asking a question, such as:

>Tank size (include dimensions, not just volume)
>Parameters (ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, pH, GH, KH)
>Any inhabitants + how long you've had them
>Pictures are always helpful

Tank Cycling:
>www.modestfish.com/how-to-cycle-your-aquarium/

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:
>www.aqadvisor.com/AqAdvisor.php
>www.hamzasreef.com/Contents/Calculators/EffectiveWaterChange.php

Articles and Care Guides:
>www.seriouslyfish.com/knowledge-base/
>www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/
>www.theaquariumwiki.com/wiki/

Aquatic Plant Database:
>www.aquaticplantcentral.com/forumapc/plantfinder/all.php
>www.flowgrow.de/db/aquaticplants

Saltwater shit:
>brs 5 minute guides
>https://youtu.be/AlUv9SRB_g8?list=PLBaMLrfToJyxJ1PuJZwhkxvvdFP14eV_t [Embed]
>https://reefbuilders.com/reef-tank-setup/
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Animals and their mothers

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I miss my mom.

Please post animals with their moms so I can cry.
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Lions or tigers?
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Why are they like this?
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