#1 Posted by umbrafeline (5300 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by InnerVenom123 (29499 posts) - - Show Bio

Happy Feet indeed.

#3 Posted by Shadow_Thief (2509 posts) - - Show Bio

There's a reason it's referred to as "the birds and the bees." Seriously, what was he expecting? That they'd build little hotels so they could be discreet about it?

#4 Posted by Inverno (13061 posts) - - Show Bio

Trust me I have seen worse.

#5 Posted by umbrafeline (5300 posts) - - Show Bio

@CaioTrubat said:

Trust me I have seen worse.

oh do tell

#6 Posted by Soulstealer (825 posts) - - Show Bio

I think the mention of necrophilia, surprised me too. LOL

#7 Posted by umbrafeline (5300 posts) - - Show Bio

@Soulstealer said:

I think the mention of necrophilia, surprised me too. LOL

lol i wonder where he thought baby penguins came from

somebody get bill engvall on the phone, mr levick needs one of those signs

#8 Posted by Soulstealer (825 posts) - - Show Bio

@umbrafeline: I think the more extreme end of things was what surprised him. Maybe not the same sex relationships, but the consideration of things like rape (though you'd think that one wouldn't expect human behavior or rational from animals). But then again, said polar explorer was from a very different culture, and sexual repression has sort of been a rather long lasting theme in the western world as a whole.

But I can honesty say that I didn't know about the necrophilia and it's strange and surprising when you think about it from a more anthropomorphic standpoint. Though putting that aside, I realize it's probably not that big of a deal, though still undeniably weird to my sensibilities.

#9 Posted by SyIar (405 posts) - - Show Bio

Whhaaaaaa

#10 Posted by blackadamFTW (7867 posts) - - Show Bio

I didn't know penguins were necrophiliacs. Something I didn't need or want to know, but interesting nonetheless.