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New Study: Scientists Find That Female Snakes Have Two Clitoris

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Latest research published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B Journal reveals that the female snake has two individual clitorises which can be found under the reptile’s tail.

Until now, the long-held assumption was that the female snake didn’t have a sexual organ,and scientists too weren’t interested in looking for it.

Lead researcher, Megan Folwell, PhD Candidate from the School of Biological Sciences, University of Adelaide said ‘We are proud to contribute this research, particularly as female genitalia across every species is unfortunately still taboo’.

The study, a copy sighted by Kasatintin.com involved the examination of female genitalia in adult snake specimens across nine species, compared to adult and juvenile male snake genitalia.

Co-author, Associate Professor Kate Sanders from the School of Biological Sciences, University of Adelaide wrote;

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‘We found that the heart-shaped snake hemiclitores is composed of nerves and red blood cells consistent with erectile tissue – which suggests it may swell and become stimulated during mating.This is important because snake mating is often thought to involve coercion of the female – not seduction’,

SOURCE: Kasatintin.com

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