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February 25, 2013


Pollution which is 'shrinking' otter penises could be affecting humans too

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)


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Calling George Costanza!

There otter be a law!

If Shrinking Otter Penises did not open for Tiny Tim, they otter have.

The effects of endocrine disruptors were found in a similar species (mink) 50 years ago. However, they don't get as much attention, being the lesser of two weasels.

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*snork* at all of the above!

But really, otters' peni have BONES? Not to worry then.

I just checked and I'm ok.
Still ok.
Still ok.
Still ok.
Still ok.

ubetcha, most mammals have bones in their penises. Humans are actually the odd ones out. The technical terms for the bone are baculum, oosik, and walter.

Hence the scientific name "boner".


You keep doing that and you will go blind, or at least need glasses.

Still ok.
False alarm, it was just a cold draft.
Still ok.
Still ok.

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