This Must Be My Lucky Day: Scientists Develop New Theories On Dinosaur Mating (Plus 12-Foot T-Rex Dong!)
Seen here inventing doggy-style (technically, dino-style), two t-rexes go at it in an artist's interpretation of how dinosaurs mated, according to new research by paleontologists. Basically, scientists now believe all dinosaurs mated like dogs, which is a shame because variety is important for a healthy sex life. "Thanks, Dr. Sex Expert." Asparagus gives you boners!
'All dinosaurs used the same basic position to mate,' said Dr Beverly Halstead, an English researcher who was one of the first to tackle the subject. 'Mounting from the rear, he put his forelimbs on her shoulders, lifting one hind limb across her back and twisting his tail under hers.'
The physical challenges involved must have been formidable.
The penis of a tyrannosaur is estimated to be around 12 feet long.
'The most likely position to have intercourse is for the male behind the female, and on top of her, and from behind, any other position is unfathomable.'
Whoo-whee! Is it getting hot in here or is all this dino sex talk just making me sweat and peel all clothes come off? I mean, this is some JUICY stuff right here. Plus suitable for work, unlike the Jurassic Park erotic fan-fiction website my boss started blocking. "Does he know you write Geekologie on company time?" Huh? Sorry, I was daydreaming about what a 12-foot t-rex boner must look like. SPOILER: *long sigh* heaven.
Hit the jump for a couple more pics of dinos getting tender (including a Pentaceratop's climax-face!)
Thanks to ezmac028, Razz, the_wirecutter, Diana, Chupacabra in San Diego baby!, Will, Chuey The Midget, Liz, and Straggler, who really know how to brighten a GW's day.