Female Ducks’ Twisty Tracts Defend Against Screwy Males
Male Muskovy ducks have impressively long, screw-shaped penises that move rather quickly, as can be seen in scientists’ high-speed video. Now it appears females may have evolved oddly shaped, curved vaginal tracts to defend against unwanted males.
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