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So Let's Do It Like They Do on the Discovery Channel
If you haven't been to the Museum of Sex in Manhattan yet you're missing out, especially when The Sex Lives of Animals exhibit begins this week. Starting July 24 and continuing through the spring of 2009, the exhibit reveals how sex in the animal world is just as diverse and complex as it is for humans.
Tickets are $14.50 for most, but you'll save a dollar if you're a student or a senior--and who wouldn't want to bring their grandma to something like this? Your entrance fee will grant you access to full-size interpretations of animal, uh, relationships by sculptor Rune Olsen. All giggles aside, the museum does seek to illustrate a part of the animal kingdom that isn't yet totally understood.
So if you're looking for two female monkeys engaging in rubbing, panda bears trying to perpetuate the species or two male dolphins checking out each other's blow holes--then this is the exhibit for you. Sounds lovely, right?
[Photo: Wagner Machado Carlos Lemes]