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New Millipede with 4 cocks and a Sperm-Shoveler

A new Millipede has been discovered.

This particular specimen is a male…a female is yet to surface.

new-millipede-species-discoveredFound in a California cave, this arthropod has 414 legs and 4 penises – it turns out, it’s 9th and 10th pair of legs have, for one of a better word, been ‘converted’ into the millipede version of penises – known as Gonopods. They look like spikey shovels, and are probably used to shift sperm from the male to the female…we’d know this for certain if there was indeed a female to have sperm shovelled into.

The Millipede was found lurking in a marble cave called Lange Cave in Sequoia.

A ‘cave’ survey has been running in and around the area since 2002. Another species of millipede was discovered in 2006, only 240 km from the millipede with penis x 4…and that had 750 legs! – Which is the ‘leggiest’ millipede on the planet.

This is obviously the correct location for discovering new species of millipede.

The ‘Time 4 Penis Millipede’ has a couple of hundred pores, which is secretes an unidentified chemical.

So, this millipede has 4 penises, shovels sperm into females, and if it doesn’t like you, can declare chemical warfare on you…nice millipede…

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Eddie the Emu

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