There are plenty of beautiful animals out there, but can animals be sexy? Yeah, to some people they can. The Internet has loved “hot animal photos” enough for them to become a full-blown trend. A gorilla has been called “too handsome,” and there's at least one person out there who wants to smell a studly horse.
These are some weird comments to make about animals, no doubt. But they don't only come from hot and bothered fanatics - scientists have also chimed in on the issue. For them, it's not a matter of looks so much as an issue of sexual activity. One amorous tortoise saved his species from extinction, while some sultry water fleas boast not one, but two "members."
Okay, regardless of where any of this is doing it for you, you're already here so you might as well check out the heart throbs that have set the animal kingdom on fire.
Frederik The Great's Luscious Mane Melts The Internet's Heart
Could Frederik The Great be the world's most handsome horse? His 12,500 followers on Facebook seem to think so. His mighty mane has even drawn comparisons to romance novel figures like Fabio. Considering that he commands a stud fee upwards of $5,000, it looks like he fits nicely into the role of leading man. One star-struck fan stated, “I wish I could just touch and smell him just once.” Here's to hoping dreams come true?
Shabani The Gorilla Takes Japan By Storm
Shabani the gorilla doesn't just live in Nagoya's Higashiyama Zoo - he's taken up permanent residence in the hearts of many Japanese women. Described as being “too handsome” or “hot,” his brooding looks and bulging muscles have brought about a noticeable increase in female visitors to the zoo. And the Shabani love train continues to grow stronger as his admirers further hype him up on Twitter.
This 'Roo Of Steel Has A Heart Of Gold
Roger's chiseled biceps and forearms strike an imposing image. But according to Chris Barnes of The Kangaroo Sanctuary: Alice Springs, this 196-pound 'roo of steel is a “big softy.” Though the sanctuary's 300,000 followers probably aren't clicking for Roger's personality.
Super Diego's Super Libido Saves The Day
Super Diego of the Galapagos Islands put his libido into hyper drive to save his species from extinction. Since he was brought back to the islands in 1976, he's fathered over 800 offspring. This means that two out of every five hooded tortoises are part of his brood.