Grab your raincoat and get on your knees: It’s time to collect some emu sperm.
Farming emus is oddly common in Australia, where they use this odd beast for meat, feathers and even the oil found in their fat for use in cosmetic products. For best results in breeding emus, it’s preferable to use artificial insemination techniques. Unfortunately, that involves the arduous task of collecting emu sperm.
As you can see in this hilarious video, it's even less glamorous than it sounds.
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