Thursday, April 26, 2012

I SEE PENIS: MONOTREMES


Mammals don't normally lay eggs, except for the lonely platypus and four species of Papua New Guinean echidna.  BSD reader Paul (aka Questar) proves an exception to every rule with the picture above, though "laying" this particular egg usually involves heavier breathing and a higher degree of nest tensile strength.  I, for one, have broken my fair share of cheap bed frames.   

1 comment:

  1. I actually laid a rather impressive pair, myself, just last week...

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