HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - Scientists in Nova Scotia are totally baffled at a certain act that is presently taking place in the Canadian province.
Dr. Chester Liverpool, with Nova Scotia's Department of Animals, Birds, and Fish has remarked that he and a group of top notch scientists have noticed an extremely rare occurrence.
The doctor stated that they have observed seagulls mating with seals.
Dr. Liverpool said that at first he thought that they were just flirting but upon closer examination he was shocked to see that the two were actually fornicating in the true fornicating sense.
He did note that in 99 percent of the cases, the act involved a male seagull and a female seal.
Dr. Liverpool said that he did witness one instance of a male seal mating with a female seagull and he said that it was not a pretty sight.
SIDENOTE: World experts have pointed out that these seagull and seal copulation acts are most probably a direct result of Global Warming.