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Rihanna "Traumatized" By Sex Show In Thailand!

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As you read this post, please keep a close eye on your sense of dignity (hold it oh, so tight) because it's about to get real weird up in here.

Rihanna was recently partying it up in Thailand, when apparently she witnessed probably the craziest, weirdest, grossest sex show of all time, ever, and anon.

Why explain it ourselves, when we can share with you Rihanna's sex show experience according to Rihanna's Twitter:

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Florida Family Gets Caught With A LOT Of Animals In Home!!

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WTF?!?

Florida residents' Victor and Julie Vu were housing pigs, ducks, chickens, turtles, birds, a dog… and an ALLIGATOR!!

But after a neighbor noticed that the Vu's were illegally keeping animals that didn't belong in the city… authorities from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, SPCA Tampa Bay and the Pinellas County Animal Services went to the couple's Clearwater home and confiscated the creatures.

Facing a misdemeanor, Julie said she didn't know keeping animals was "illegal," adding:

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Bronx Zoo Debuts Rare Yellow-Headed Box Turtle Babes

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Rare…and GAWRGEOUS!!!!!

The Bronx Zoo has welcomed Five Chinese yellow-headed box turtles and they are starting to get their sea legs.

This box turtle is considered to be one of the top 25 most endangered turtles in the world. They once swam throughout the rivers of China but their numbers have dwindled due to human consumption, use in traditional medicine, pollution, habitat loss, and the pet trade.

So we know the Bronx Zoo is extra happy about their new babies!

Aren't they just so PRESCHUZZ?????

Check out the zoo's new cuties (above) PRONTO!

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Syracuse Zoo Welcomes 27 Amazon River Turtles!

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Welcome to the world, baybay turtles!

Syracuse's Rosamund Gifford Zoo said hello to a whopping 27 yellow-spotted Amazon River turtles between April 5 and April 12.

And females can lay up to 50 eggs at a time…TWICE a year!

This is great news for a species that was once endangered. Zoo director Ted Fox thinks this is a monumental achievement:

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SeaWorld Orlando Rescues Two Baby Turtles

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These turtle baybays are very lucky!

The animal rescue team at SeaWorld Orlando received two Hawksbills hatchlings, both about two months old.

Both young turtles were in serious trouble

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Sea Turtles High Five

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Omg!!

That is so cool!

Those two sea turtles must be good bros.

Check out the above video for some serious turtle cuteness.

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Do Only Humans Have Sex For Pleasure??

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Humans have a lot of sex.

Some more than others.

Compared to other species, humans have sex for more than just reproduction and (sometimes) for more than just the sheer pleasure of it.

Science has long studied sex, and tried to figure out why it is so pleasurable. We can only assume if sex didn't feel good, then why would anyone do it?

So then, maybe all animals are having sex for pleasure?

One thing that many studies have looked at is the frequency of masturbation in different species.

A surprising amount of animals bop their bologna.

Masturbation has been seen in dogs, horses, birds, walruses, squirrels, sheep, turtles, bears, elephants and porcupines.

Gross.

What science has found, is that these animals extremely rarely ever "get off."

Researchers believe it's the human ability to "form mental representations of erotic material" that allows us to reach a climax so often.

When it comes to sex (with another, not just yourself) the rumors are true for the most part that dolphins and bonobo chimps are mainly the only other animals that have sex even when the female isn't in "heat."

So even though sex may seem relatively animalistic, it's actually one of the more human things you can do.

So get out there and be human! (Consensual humans, please.)

[Image via AP Images.]

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