Fur seals have been caught engaging in an extreme form of sexual behaviour. Specifically, trying to have sex with penguins. This media cannot be played on your device. Things are heating up in the cold climes of the sub-Antarctic.
'Sexual depravity' of penguins that Antarctic scientist dared not reveal
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No such observation had ever been recorded before, as far as he knew, and Levick, a typical Edwardian Englishman, was horrified. Blizzards and freezing cold were one thing. Penguin perversion was another. Worse was to come, however. During that time, he witnessed males having sex with other males and also with dead females, including several that had died the previous year. He also saw them sexually coerce females and chicks and occasionally kill them.
Seals discovered having sex with penguins
There are about 18 species of penguins , and though their mating behaviors are "fundamentally similar," each species has its own quirks, said penguin researcher Emma Marks of the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Breeding usually takes place during the Antarctic summer October through February , though some species do mate in the winter. Males arrive at the colony first and choose their spot to wait for prospective mates. When the females arrive, sometimes a few weeks later, they go right back to their mates from the previous year. A female will check out the quality of her old flame's nest by inspecting it, getting in it and lying down.
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