Wild animals are wild for a reason. Unlike us humans, other creatures do things based on their instinct and not on their knowledge. Take for example this bottle nose dolphin in the waters of Turks and Caicos Islands who tried to mate with a female snorkeler.
A couple and a videographer decided to go for a dive at the island of East Caicos. There, they saw a lone dolphin which is why they decided to play with him for a while.
However, the sea creature suddenly started paying more attention to the female diver.
When the woman’s boyfriend saw what the dolphin was trying to do, he came to her aid and carried her away from the dolphin. Still, the creature tried his best to engage in s*xual contact with the woman and even tried to get in between her and the man.
Eventually, they were able to get away from the dolphin. The creature lingered for a few more moments in the area though, waiting to see if the woman would return.
According to marine biologists, dolphins are regarded as highly sexual creatures that can be capable of being aggressive towards their chosen partner.
Elite Readers wrote “In a study of more than 120 bottlenose dolphins in Western Australia, researchers from the University of Massachusetts found that male dolphins “engage in extensive bisexuality, combined with periods of exclusive homosexuality.”
The study added that male dolphin pairs or a group of three dolphins sometimes even cooperate to have intercourse with a single female dolphin during mating season.
There are even cases where dolphins mated with humans before.
“She became more and more aggressive,” says Malcolm Brenner, a man who a 9-month relationship with a dolphin named Dolly. “She would thrust herself against me… I found that extraordinarily erotic.”
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