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23 Responses to “In which a sea cucumber is overcome by lust”

  1. Sirkowski says:

    So what % of the ocean is fish splooge?

  2. jaypee says:

    I have to admit, the video was a bit anticlimactic.

    (Did you see what I did there?)

  3. Christopher says:

    According to what I’ve read sea cucumbers can turn away predators by ejecting most of their internal organs, which then grow back. Call me a sadist but I’d rather see that trick caught on camera.

  4. Mike Nemeth says:

    The Sea Cucumbers are named for their resemblance to the vegetable Cucumber, but are not related to the Cucumis sativus vine. -Wikipedia

  5. snagglepuss says:

    WC Fields was right.

  6. Stephen Gordon says:

    Does this count as an animal penis video?

  7. eviladrian says:

    It might look strange to us, but I’m sure the sea cucumber would be more freaked out if it saw how we do it.

  8. I hate it when they try to have a plot. Fast forward to the good part about a minute in.

  9. Jen Onymous says:

    Looks like a great toy idea for this company (WARNING: VNSFW):


  10. lorq says:

    I like how the camera starts backing off as cucumber tumescence develops.  Like someone having serious second thoughts about the one night stand they’ve found themselves in.

  11. Paul Renault says:

     The Internet IS for porn!

  12. Monkey_pants says:

    “Sea cucumbers – they’re just like us!”

  13. Marjo Aho says:

    Seacucumbers are not that interesting. You should feature nudibranchs instead. Their mating behaviors are much more interesting. For example, they engage in something know as “penis fencing” where two nudies crawl up to eachother, “draw their swords”,  fance it out and whoever manages to stick his…uhum..slug organ…under the “skirt” of the other nudie get to be the “male”. In some species mating happens in orgies of several individuals. I witnessed 7 nudies having what looked like a jolly good seaslug  group-activity time while diving in Milne Bay, PNG. Bonus points: some nudies are actually solar powered!