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Mating Techniques: Interesting Ways To Make Babies (Hippos & Porcupines)

on July 7, 2013

Hi dear reader,


We’ve been busy organising our website, making things better for your convenience, but your search engine might still be sending you to this page.


Click here for: How do Porcupines Mate?


Click here for: How do Hippos Mate?


If you want to read other articles on animal mating techniques, please check our series page for a full listing.


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11 responses to “Mating Techniques: Interesting Ways To Make Babies (Hippos & Porcupines)

  1. sriramjanak says:

    hey.. nice informative post. thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚

  2. iarxiv says:

    An interesting post! πŸ™‚ Also, thanks for the illustration, fun and informative πŸ™‚

  3. Anita Naborshan says:

    As a young mother, I am appalled to see such flagrant misuse of a supposedly educational site to promiscuously propagate perverse pornographic porcupine pictures.

    Everyone knows the stork brings baby porcupines, also baby hippos, and all other creatures on God’s Earth. Have you not seen dumbo? And you call yourself a man of science.

    This isn’t over.

    Yours angrily,

    Anita Naborshan, of the Camberwell Mothers and Brothers Against Porcuporn and Other Modern Evils.

    • Wildlife TV says:

      Dear Anita Naborshan,
      I’m terribly sorry that you and CMBAPOME did not approve of my article, but I can assure you that we at WildlifeTV value your concerns.
      As far as I’m aware, the stork-propelled baby delivery system is not currently practiced and it seems as if scientific consesus is leaning more towards a mating based theory of animal reproduction.
      I sympathise with you that ‘porcuporn’, or indeed any animal related pornographic material, is definitely something that we would not want to expose to children. The illustration used in this post is purely for educational purposes.
      I would hope that you will remain a reader of the articles posted on WildlifeTV and will be open to future MSPaint illustrations that accurately demonstrate the beauties of nature, such as, but not limited to, animals mating.
      Yours not angrily,

  4. Alison Jobling says:

    Nice post, Nick. I particularly liked the illustration – you should do these more often, whenever you have a logistical-type issue to explain. πŸ™‚

  5. Hyemin Eom says:

    I’m searching about porcupines and this is a very interesting fact that i hadn’t even known. Thanks for your information. It helps me a lot.

    • Wildlife TV says:

      I’m glad that my article helped you out. Porcupines are very interesting, slightly bizarre animals and there is a lot to learn about them I’m sure.
      Thanks for commenting.

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