Thursday, January 18, 2007

Animal Passion Isn’t Just For Humans

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – You might learn more about relationships hanging out at the zoo than a bar.

That’s the word from comedian Rachel Reenstra, who hosts the new Animal Planet series Ms. Adventure, which debuts tomorrow (Jan. 19).

The series requires her to observe animal passions in order to better understand human relationships.

For instance: It’s common knowledge that a female preying mantis will bite the male’s head off during sex.

However, Reenstra finds it interesting that male mantises are so horny they keep on buggering for up to a day after their head is torn off.

Not only that but some of the male mantises specifically look for plump females who are less likely to bite their heads off for nourishment.

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