Marsupials are any members of the mammalian infraclass Marsupialia from Latin marsupium "pouch". All extant marsupials are endemic to Australasia and the Americas. A distinctive characteristic common to these species is that most of the young are carried in a pouch. Well-known marsupials include kangaroos , wallabies , koalas , phalangeriformes , opossums , wombats , and Tasmanian devils. Some lesser-known marsupials are the dunnarts , potoroos and cuscuses. Marsupials represent the clade originating from the last common ancestor of extant metatherians.
You ever find yourself watching a necropsy of a charismatic marsupial only to notice an excessive number of vaginas? You haven't? Well that's ok, because the BBC has an entire show dedicated to just such an endeavor. Inside Nature's Giants is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, and while I thought they couldn't top making a dead line roar by hooking it's vocal chords up to an air pump, they somehow have managed to go above and beyond by going down under and below the belt. Turns out amongst their other reproductive oddities, kangaroos and other marsupials have multiple vaginas for maximum reproductive efficiency! I'll explain how it works since you can't stream the TV show from the US. There is the central vagina, which the utero-joey travels through between the uterus and the birth canal, then there are two side vaginas which carry sperm to the uteruses.
I think we can all agree that the big G has a sense of humor. Or a not-so-latent drinking problem. Earth's creatures run from the gamut from savage and sexy to sinister and strange. All those scales and claws, feathers and fangs, wings, fur, tails and talons make for a supreme spectacle.
I am honest, loyal, and trustworthy and expect the same in a relationship. I like to do a lot of different things. I have a cynical, sarcastic sense of humor. I love to make fun of the world and everything in it.