July122012
huffingtonpost:

Ever think about dinosaur sex? Paleontologists do. And they’ve come up with some surprisingly specific ideas about how the prehistoric beasts were able to mate despite their enormous size and weight—and despite the horns and other bony appendages that might have proven bothersome when the creatures got hot and bothered.
The males and females of modern-day birds and reptiles have a single body opening for urination, defecation, and reproduction—something called a cloaca(Latin for sewer). Paleontologists believe that dinosaurs had the same basic equipment, and that they coupled by pressing their cloacas together.
Dinosaur Sex Experts Concur That Animals Mated Front To Back


I am always thinking of dinosaur sex. ~e

huffingtonpost:

Ever think about dinosaur sex? Paleontologists do. And they’ve come up with some surprisingly specific ideas about how the prehistoric beasts were able to mate despite their enormous size and weight—and despite the horns and other bony appendages that might have proven bothersome when the creatures got hot and bothered.

The males and females of modern-day birds and reptiles have a single body opening for urination, defecation, and reproduction—something called a cloaca(Latin for sewer). Paleontologists believe that dinosaurs had the same basic equipment, and that they coupled by pressing their cloacas together.

Dinosaur Sex Experts Concur That Animals Mated Front To Back

I am always thinking of dinosaur sex. ~e

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