Guianan Cocks are widely known as the face of Guyana, however what many do not know is that 40 percent of the male population participates in homosexual activity, and a small percentage don't ever mate with females.
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Gray whales are one of the animal kingdom's greatest nomads, traveling in groups called pods. They are also homosexual creatures. They participate some pretty wet orgies, including five males at a time. They roll around, splash water and rub their bellies against each other so that their genitals are touching.
Swans are birds from the Anatidae family. About 20 percent of Swans are part of a homosexual couple. Almost 25 percent of all families are parented by homosexual couples that stay together for years. At times homosexual swans drive away heterosexual couples from their nests and adopt their eggs.
Widely known as the genus of old monkeys, both male and female macaques participate in homosexual encounters. Female macaques form intense bonds with each other and are serially monogamous. However, they have several of these relationships during each breeding season. When female macaques engage in sexual intercourse, such as genital stimulation they vocalize their joy in forms of cackling sounds. Male macaque homosexual experiences are usually what we humans describe as a "one night stand."
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Considered the closest living animal similar to human beings, bonobos are not shy about sexual pleasure. Virtually, all of the bonobos are bisexual and often resolve conflict by the "make love, not war" slogan. They mate frequently, screaming out in joy while doing so, and often engage in homosexual activities. About two-thirds of female bonobos participate in homosexual encounters.
Human beings are not the only species to engage in a homosexual lifestyle. In the wild there are an array of animals that enagage in an alternative lifstyle. Take a look of just a few gay animals who live freely in the world.
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