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Spiky stegosaurus 'mated in missionary position to avoid male being castrated'

How did dinosaurs with spiky backs make love?  Very carefully, one might imagine.

But scientists have gone one step further than guessing -- with a fascinating computer-tested theory.

It contradicts the belief that all dinosaurs mated with the male mounting the female from behind.

Researchers said that in some species the female's spiky tail and back could have castrated the male.

Instead, they may have used something closer to the missionary position, with the male on top.


Interesting stuff, but I'm a little disappointed in the Daily Mail on this occasion: Don't they usually put one word in the title of each of their articles entirely in capital letters?  In this case I might have suggested:

"Spiky stegosaurus 'MATED in missionary position to avoid male being castrated'"

or

"Spiky stegosaurus 'mated in MISSIONARY position to avoid male being castrated'"

or, perhaps most likely,

"Spiky stegosaurus 'mated in missionary position to avoid male being CASTRATED'"

And why the heck does the artist's rendering captioned Dinosaurs may have had sex in the missionary position to prevent them from being castrated, according to a new study. show some tyrannosaurs getting it on dino-style rather than some stegosaurs getting it on in the missionary position?  Criminy, they should have just gone to deviantART; I'm sure that they could have found something.

Anyhow, it's an interesting theory well-suited to perverts like us.  Enjoy!

Spel


Don't be holding back from me...

Offline slaveaziza

I love learning new stuff like this regarding dinosaurs. I recently learned that there's been a new tyrannosaur species found in Utah, proving that giant dinosaurs existed 10 million years earlier than previous discoveries had indicated.

Offline IStateYourName

The species I've always wondered about is porcupines. 

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Apparently, you can find everything on the Internet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYbJH6GZndQ

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Umm.. I thought all dinosaurs were reptiles, therefore they laid eggs. So no fornication required, right?!

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Umm.. I thought all dinosaurs were reptiles, therefore they laid eggs. So no fornication required, right?!
Nope. They need to be fertilized. I think whether a reptile lays eggs unfertilized or not is dependent on the species.

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Umm.. I thought all dinosaurs were reptiles, therefore they laid eggs. So no fornication required, right?!


Dinosaurs certainly would have shagged - as do birds, I think (don't ask me how Antarctic penguins breed!)

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Lizards have to copulate.  It's not like fish where the egg membrane can be penetrated after it's laid.  There's also some debate as to whether dinosaurs should be classed as 'reptiles' and not their own separate group.  There is evidence that they may have been thermoregulating (warm-blooded), and had more bird-like behavior (such as caring for young) than modern reptiles.

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Presumably the biggest ones, such as Brontosaurus, had intercourse with their bodies mostly underwater, which relieved them of any trouble with supporting their massive frames.  8-)

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Checking with Wikipedia, I noticed that the house sparrow is part of the defining range of the group "Dinosaurs" according to some modern taxonomists.  8-) (because birds originated from the realm of weird reptiles we all love to hear about).

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My mind has no trouble wrapping around freaky dino sex. But I can't help but wonder the odd noises created during it....it prolly sounds like my Friday nights. Lots of honks, low groans, and stomping.

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My mind has no trouble wrapping around freaky dino sex. But I can't help but wonder the odd noises created during it....it prolly sounds like my Friday nights. Lots of honks, low groans, and stomping.

You're lucky they didn't give live birth. Just try to imagine the groans of a female Tyrannosaurus or Diplodocus in labour!  :o