"If it weren't for the penis, human life would have ended with Adam and Eve. It seems strange that something so important is so funny-looking. I'm an author and journalist. Sometimes I write about funny things. Some of those funny things are penises." --Michael N. Marcus
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Regardless of the size of their urine tank, most mammals take the same time to pee
Mammals range in size, and so do their bladders. A great dane can hold
about 0.4 gallons of urine, while an elephant can store 42 gallons. Most mammals that weigh more than about two pounds take about 20 seconds to pee. The bigger the bladder (pee-pee tank), the bigger the urethra (pee-pee pipe).
An elephant pees nearly two gallons per second. Stay out of its way!