The spontaneously...ejaculating dolphin. Because yes. They saw one. In the act of spontaneity, as it were. And if you'd like to see it, well, head over to Neurotic Physiology!
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Friday Weird Science! The Spontaneous DolphinThe spontaneously…ejaculating dolphin. Because yes. They saw one. In the act of spontaneity, as it were. And if you’d like to see it, well, head over to Neurotic Physiology!