It's (hopefully) not that often that you think about animal genitalia, but thanks to a super weird trending topic taking over Twitter, the naughty bits of monkeys, zebras, insects, crabs, hyenas and big cats are right in your face.
The #JunkOff hashtag took off yesterday, sparked when a few scientists began posting animal's reproductive organs on Twitter. As you do, when you're a scientist.
ATTEN: WE ARE HAVING A JUNK-OFF https://t.co/jPYnudIL36— Anne Hilborn (@AnneWHilborn) August 26, 2015
Anne Hilborn, an "ecologist doing my PhD at Virginia Tech" according to her Twitter bio, helped kick off the tag. It's probably safe to say this is the most popular animal genitalia-related hashtag in history.
Zebra junkAugust 26, 2015
Elephant junk. Flexible.August 26, 2015
The images really speak for themselves, don't they?
Of course there's some of our own Aussie animals.
Hanging your balls off a bungee cord while repeatedly leaping meters in the air. Adaptive?August 26, 2015
And while there's #JunkOff images of the popular animals, like the African savannah beasts, the scientists are also sharing a bunch of animals which you've probably never really even considered actually HAVING, you know... junk.
Depending how deep you want to fall into the rabbit-hole (that wasn't meant to be a genitalia pun, either...) check out the #JunkOff hashtag here.Suggest a correction