Scientists Discover Gay and Bisexual Squid
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As time goes on, those desperate to find arguments against homosexuality by calling it "unnatural" are being proven wrong countless times. After all, something is not "unnatural" if it happens in nature, which same-sex relationships do much more often than originally thought.
There is a long list of animals which commonly exhibit homosexual behavior including birds, lizards, dogs, cats, hooved mammals, and many more. You can view a list of animals which commonly engage in homosexual sex here.
One of the newest discoveries was a squid which commonly displays homosexual behavior. This particular squid is just under six inches long and lives in the Pacific Ocean at great depths. Its scientific name is Octopoteuthis deletron.
Often it seems that homosexual behavior is less common than heterosexual behavior in any given species, but this particular variety of squid mates equally often with females and other males.
For more about the squid, visit the New York Times article.