"In bonobos for instance, strict heterosexual individuals would not be able to make friends in the flock and thus never be able to breed," Bockman told LiveScience. "In some bird species that bond for life, homosexual pairs raise young. If they are females, a male may fertilize their eggs. If they are males, a solitary female may mate with them and deposit her eggs in their nest."
Almost a quarter of black swan families are parented by homosexual couples. Male couples sometimes mate with a female just to have a baby. Once she lays the egg, they chase her away, hatch the egg, and raise a family on their own.
Wow! Now isn't that interesting. I find it incredible interesting how balanced, and tolerant, the animal kingdom is towards homosexuality.
The argument that a homosexual way of living cannot be accepted because it is against the "laws of nature" can now be rejected scientifically, said Geir Soli
I've been saying that for years LoL, but nice to know there is now an exibit now that shows homosexuality lives in MANY species of animals, not just human. Unfortunately this information still will not be enough for many and it'll still be called "Unnatural".
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