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A day spent going deep into the reproductive behaviour of tortoises is in turns fascinating, perplexing and straight-up traumatic. There are things that will stay with you, such as the clip of one randy reptile attempting to bone a small, stuffed toy on a patio. His neck strains, his jaw is slack and he breathes like a a-day smoker on a treadmill. Downstairs, a horrific, huge, purple penis flops about in vain like some mutant mollusc stripped of its shell. And you still want to read about this stuff? This week, news from the garden of a family somewhere in England.

The Terrifying Sex Organs of Male Turtles

Reptile Reproduction

Reptiles are increasing in popularity as pets, and with this interest comes a demand for healthy, domestically bred reptiles and amphibians. Many hobbyists are becoming curious about the possibility of breeding their pets. Other reptile owners are doing such a good job of caring for their pets that the herps are growing, reaching a point that they are becoming sexually mature. For example, we are seeing an unprecedented number of adult female green iguanas presented to veterinary clinics for problems related to egg laying.

Turtles Have Horrifying Penises

Since I got my first turtle, I have never stopped learning about them. Turtles are fascinating creatures, and it is interesting to learn how they do everything. After seeing that my turtle spends time alone, it hit my mind that turtles are solitary animals, and they prefer being alone, but then I started wondering how they reproduce when they are all alone.
One of the four main families of reptiles , turtles and tortoises have been objects of human fascination for thousands of years. But how much do you really know about these vaguely comical reptiles? Here are 10 facts about turtles and tortoises, ranging from how these vertebrates evolved to why it's unwise to keep them as pets. Terrestrial non-swimming species should technically be referred to as tortoises, but residents of North America are just as likely to use the word "turtle" across the board.
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