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Gina Cochran

I have to say Karen, I always enjoy reading your interesting posts & viewing your lovely work, but this just made my day. Who knew!? Growing up in rural Alabama you would think I would have been more informed about opossums!


Ha, Ha Gina. The part I didn't say, the kinky part, is so interesting. The female can mate once, have babies twice. The males penis is bifurcated or split and the females vagina matches that. His sperm join like twins. Now you might really know more than you wanted to. But it's so fascinating.

Gina Cochran

Oh my.... ha! Lol, I have no words... nope, none. With that knowledge I definitely see the opossum in a whole new light!

Yep, you can't make this stuff up.

Lynne Lanier

Wow! I'm impressed. Who knew all these cool facts about the oppossum? Great read, Karen, and funny comments :) Thanks!


"Bifurcated" There must be at least one more joke in there... ;-)

Scott, you are hilarious! Of course there is, just can't think of one right now.

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