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You read the title. Don't look so surprised! It's true! There are animals on the planet that truly are bisexual! If you can find creepy secrets in childhood home, then you can very well find newer facts that sound absurd and yet be true! Check out this list of ten animals that are bisexual.
You were wrong if you are one to think oral sex is just a human thing! According to animal scientists, bears enjoy same-sex fellatio.
A pair of gay flamingos adopted a chick at the Edinburgh Zoo, when its heterosexual parents abandoned it. True story.
Bonobo monkeys are a completely bisexual species, meaning both males and females display heterosexual and homosexual behavior. They use sexual behavior to resolve problems, and since most disputes happen between two females and two males, homosexual sex is common. In fact, anything that captures the bonobos attention, such as food or even a curious object, will often result in homosexual sex. Now this one is truly at the top of weird!
The kings of the jungle apparently have some of the strongest sex drives of any feline species. In fact, some male lions forego the available females, in order to have same-sex groupings with other male lions. Now wasn't that unexpected!
Scientists believe that Japanese macaques are bisexual. When presented with suitable opposite sex-partners, these monkey have often picked same-sex partners.
In an episode of "Glee," dolphins were once jokingly called "gay sharks." Now guess what, they weren't totally wrong! A 2012 study out of Australia suggests that bisexuality and even homosexuality is common among bottle nose dolphins.
About 25 percent of black male swans pair up with other males. Often the same-sex couple with have threesomes with a female black swan and once the female lays the eggs, the male black swans will kick her out of the nest. Now this one was plain disturbing!
The Andean cock of the rock is a beautiful forest songbird. It has a huge, vibrant orange crest, which is used to attract mates. Surprisingly, 40 percent of males engage in same-sex activities. This may be due to the high population densities and fierce competition for females!
Before they are ready to move on and find heterosexual mates, often young same-sex giraffes will rub their necks against each other to show their dominance. After that, some young giraffes will take it a step further and will court each other and eventually will have sex. God knows what all that's even about! Some sort of sexual anxiety or complex?
Prior to reaching sexual maturity, Orcas will engage in beak-genital orientation, which basically means they swim under each other, and touch and nuzzle their same-sex partner's genital area!