These animals that perform oral sex

Blowjob among bonobos

Bonobos are known to have an unbridled sexuality, with no reproductive vocation. Indeed, sex is used in groups to settle conflicts and build social ties. Thus between males and females or individuals of the same sex, bonobos are adept at “convivial sex” whose objective is above all social. These matings are intended to resolve conflicts, for example in an aggressive individual or if a rivalry breaks out between two members of the community. It is therefore not uncommon to see oral sex practiced. Note that orangutans also practice oral sex for pleasure.

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The bat

The bat also performs oral sex. This discovery was also rewarded with the Nobel Prize in Biology in 2010 given to a British team which had described oral sex in bats for the first time. According to the researchers, this practice offers better lubrication of the penis and would have bactericidal properties to prevent the transmission of STDs.

Cunnilingus in beetles

Researchers have found that in a species of beetle, the Platyope Mongolica, or Mongolian mealworm, males use their maxillary palp, or mouth, to activate the genitals of females. A cunnilingus performed by the male in the but to seduce the female and be able to reproduce with her.

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Darwin’s Black Spider

In Madagascar, Darwin’s black spider (Caerostris darwini) also performs oral sex. Indeed, to be able to reproduce, males use many strategies and among them, cunnilingus before, during and after mating. A practice that ensures its chances of mating, since by depositing saliva on the organ of the female, the male favors the fertilization of his sperm rather than that of a competitor, explains Science Post.

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