I don't even know where to start with this one.
There are four species of Tapir, all of which are endangered. A herbivorous mammal that can be found in the grasslands of Central and Southern America, across the Andes and in Southeast Asia, the tapir is a quirky-looking creature with a hog-like body and short gripping proboscis, or trunk.
Although interesting-looking in general, it is often known in mainstream media for strutting about with an impressively large penis – and one it isn't afraid to wave around.
Its prehensile penis (meaning it can grip with it) is used to keep hold of a female during copulation to ensure successful insemination.
But apparently, the tapir has found another unusual use for its lengthy member:
I mean, how else would you scratch an itch if you didn't have long enough arms? Ingenious, I say.
If you're interested in learning more about these fascinating creatures, check out 6 Things You Didn't Know About Tapirs.