If you thought a donkey’s you-know-what was impressive, the Tapir penis provides some seriously stiff competition.
The Tapir are funny looking creatures and unfortunately an endangered species, but they are evidently pretty good at problem-solving.
When it comes to an itch you can’t scratch, some might use a fork or a back-scratcher apparatus – but what does the male tapir do? He uses his penis. His tapenis.
There’s really not a whole lot more to say other than that the tapir is well-known for its prehensile penis (also terrifyingly known as a gripping penis) which is used to keep hold of a female during tapir mating to ensure successful insemination.
The male tapir apparently has a prehensile penis so long that it can flick it over its shoulder
— Tom Holland (@holland_tom) June 8, 2018
Once pregnant, the female tapir stays that way for over a year, (roughly 13-14 months). According to IFL science, as tapirs can only produce one little calf at a time, if the population’s number were to decline, due to hunting or deforestation, it is unlikely that they would ever recover. If ever there was a reason to save the trees, it’s this adorable spotty little face. Look how cute!
— TC Perret (@tcperret) April 6, 2021
white-cheeked gibbon grooming a malayan tapir pic.twitter.com/9vXXbGVJZT
— funky siamang #mopweek (@gibbonluvr) April 5, 2021
You can watch the enormous tapir dick performing his scratches on penis action here. Go ahead, you know you want to.
Gonna start replying to stuff with the tapir penis photo
— The Cape Town King of Road Head (@adamhaztweetz) May 7, 2020