Seals. Homosexual activity is prevalent in male Harbour Seals. Two males embrace and mount each other in the water, continuously twisting and writhing about one another while maintaining full-body contact. [i]
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Illustration and information from Bruce Bagemihl, Biological Exuberance:
Animal Homosexuality and Natural Diversity,