7 turtle sex videos to help you celebrate World Turtle Day

May 23 is World Turtle Day.

On this of all days, we celebrate turtles — and we especially celebrate turtles making more turtles, so we can, in turn, celebrate those new turtles.

Following that logic, we should celebrate turtle sex. Specifically, we should celebrate by ranking YouTube videos of turtles having sex. There are a surprisingly large number of them.

Now, let’s be clear, the purpose of this ranking is not to shame any of these turtles for having lesser sex. All turtle sex is good sex because, as outlined above, it is making more turtles.

7. The basic

Nothing wrong with being basic. Here you have two turtles simply enjoying each other’s company. 

6. The cuck

Turtle sex isn’t always so emotionally uncomplicated. Take this unfolding drama in which a jealous rival interrupts a sensual moment in a romantic zoo setting.

5. The scream of lust

This mighty goliath knows how to show his lady he’s having a blast: by screaming in her ear and flailing his limbs around wildly. 

Good vid.

4. The orgy

Why not share the fun? Turtles don’t seem to have hang-ups. 

3. The sneaker

Further proving that turtles don’t have hang-ups, here’s a feisty boy who has no shame in using accessories for his pleasure.

2. The croc

Here’s a turtle having sex with another shoe, but it’s a Croc, which makes the whole scene infinitely more interesting. Go get ’em, little buddy.

1. The honesty

And here is the best video of turtle sex on the internet, featuring this beautifully honest soul who will gladly share his inner-most thoughts on breeding. He knows how important this act is.

Source: http://mashable.com/

Science drones accidentally record hot turtle porn

Drones have done many epic things that humans can only dream of doing. They’ve made pizza delivery savvy as hell, they’resaving the rainforest, and they’ve even taken chainsaws to the next level.

They’re also hands-down the best devices to use for some sweet scientific voyeurism.

A research team descended on the Gulf of Mexico recently to study the endangered Kemps ridley sea turtles. Not wanting to disturb the skittish sea beasts, the scientists deployed drones to capture their footage.

Needless to say, they got a bit sidetracked by all the green turtle copulation their drones captured instead.

Its not that often you get to talk about turtle porn, Elizabeth Bevan toldHakai Magazine.

Bevan, a doctoral student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and her research partner were the first to watch the turtles gettin’ busy.

The two researchers inadvertently set the scene by placing a black sheet over themselves to get a better look at their drone footage. That privacy screen was just enough to put the green turtles at ease.

Scientists have discovered that turtle courtship is pretty much just like hooking up at a honky tonk: turtles dance around each other poorly, get a bit feisty, and then awkwardly kiss. In the turtles’ case, they rub throats. Depending on how much you’ve had to drink, you might also do the same thing while trying to score.

Scientists caught the turtles getting nasty a total of seven times. Special shoutouts to the two male turtles who were just looking to experiment and also tried to bang.

Researchers hope to buy an even better drone to further get in on the turtle sex action. They’re still trying to get a glimpse of Kemps ridley sea turtles in coitus, too.

The drone-assisted work of these scientists may open up a whole new genre of specialty porn scientific discovery. The future truly is grand.

H/T Hakai Magazine

Source: http://www.dailydot.com/

So Cool! Ellen DeGeneres Just Invited The Bear That Had Sex In That YouTube Video On Her Show

Okay, so Ellen has completely rocked it again. The daytime talk-show host is always landing the stars of the hottest internet videos, and this time shes really outdone herself: She invited the bear from the viral YouTube video of the bears having sex to be on her show.

So. Much. Yes!

Anyone whos been online in the past 72 hours has seen the video of the bears having sex everywhere, and Ellen moved lightning-quick to get the bear from the video on her show. And she did not disappoint.

Ellen kicked off the segment by playing a clip from the extraordinarily popular video of the bears having sex, then welcomed the 9-year-old American brown bear that had sex onto the set to raucous applause. The audience members began dancing and cheering as Ellen flung trout from a small tank near her chair into the jaws of the 1,300-pound bear.

After a few dozen fish, the bear that had sex did what everyone in the audienceand onlinewas waiting for: It started having sex, just like in the video.

Shut the internet down, because thats not being topped!

Fans of the bear that had sex in the video immediately took to Twitter to voice their love of the show:

If that wasnt enough, the bear that had sex gave audiences an additional delight when it lumbered into the fifth row and took a nap. The only video that might be more popular than the original video of the bears having sex is this clip from Ellens show!

Keep it up, Ellen!

Source: http://www.clickhole.com/features/news/

Science drones accidentally record hot turtle porn

Drones have done many epic things that humans can only dream of doing. They’ve made pizza delivery savvy as hell, they’resaving the rainforest, and they’ve even taken chainsaws to the next level.

They’re also hands-down the best devices to use for some sweet scientific voyeurism.

A research team descended on the Gulf of Mexico recently to study the endangered Kemps ridley sea turtles. Not wanting to disturb the skittish sea beasts, the scientists deployed drones to capture their footage.

Needless to say, they got a bit sidetracked by all the green turtle copulation their drones captured instead.

Its not that often you get to talk about turtle porn, Elizabeth Bevan toldHakai Magazine.

Bevan, a doctoral student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and her research partner were the first to watch the turtles gettin’ busy.

The two researchers inadvertently set the scene by placing a black sheet over themselves to get a better look at their drone footage. That privacy screen was just enough to put the green turtles at ease.

Scientists have discovered that turtle courtship is pretty much just like hooking up at a honky tonk: turtles dance around each other poorly, get a bit feisty, and then awkwardly kiss. In the turtles’ case, they rub throats. Depending on how much you’ve had to drink, you might also do the same thing while trying to score.

Scientists caught the turtles getting nasty a total of seven times. Special shoutouts to the two male turtles who were just looking to experiment and also tried to bang.

Researchers hope to buy an even better drone to further get in on the turtle sex action. They’re still trying to get a glimpse of Kemps ridley sea turtles in coitus, too.

The drone-assisted work of these scientists may open up a whole new genre of specialty porn scientific discovery. The future truly is grand.

H/T Hakai Magazine

Source: http://www.dailydot.com/

If Bears Attacked 1 In 5 People, You Wouldn’t Look The Other Way

Before finishing their college degree, approximately one in five women will be subject to some level of sexual assault. The volume of violence against young women seems impossible to ignore — and yet, more often than not, that’s exactly what happens.

But…what if it was a bear? What if a giant, hungry, angry bear was pounding down your door. For some women, that’s exactly what it feels like just walking to class. This video may seem silly, but its message is important for everyone to hear.

Not the greatest odds, huh? It’s time for us all to stand up and make a difference in the safety of young women and girls everywhere. Visit It’s On Us for more information and to see how you can help spread the message and save lives.

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/sexual-assault-vs-bears/

Science drones accidentally record hot turtle porn

Drones have done many epic things that humans can only dream of doing. They’ve made pizza delivery savvy as hell, they’resaving the rainforest, and they’ve even taken chainsaws to the next level.

They’re also hands-down the best devices to use for some sweet scientific voyeurism.

A research team descended on the Gulf of Mexico recently to study the endangered Kemps ridley sea turtles. Not wanting to disturb the skittish sea beasts, the scientists deployed drones to capture their footage.

Needless to say, they got a bit sidetracked by all the green turtle copulation their drones captured instead.

Its not that often you get to talk about turtle porn, Elizabeth Bevan toldHakai Magazine.

Bevan, a doctoral student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and her research partner were the first to watch the turtles gettin’ busy.

The two researchers inadvertently set the scene by placing a black sheet over themselves to get a better look at their drone footage. That privacy screen was just enough to put the green turtles at ease.

Scientists have discovered that turtle courtship is pretty much just like hooking up at a honky tonk: turtles dance around each other poorly, get a bit feisty, and then awkwardly kiss. In the turtles’ case, they rub throats. Depending on how much you’ve had to drink, you might also do the same thing while trying to score.

Scientists caught the turtles getting nasty a total of seven times. Special shoutouts to the two male turtles who were just looking to experiment and also tried to bang.

Researchers hope to buy an even better drone to further get in on the turtle sex action. They’re still trying to get a glimpse of Kemps ridley sea turtles in coitus, too.

The drone-assisted work of these scientists may open up a whole new genre of specialty porn scientific discovery. The future truly is grand.

H/T Hakai Magazine

Read more: http://www.dailydot.com/lol/turtles-sex-drones-scientists/