Our friends in the Langerhans lab recently published work describing a new species of mosquitofish, Gambusia quadruncus. Of note, the males of the species have a series of four hooks on their genitalia that likely represent the outcome of an evolutionary “arms race” between the sexes.
Generally when interesting work is published, the institution will put out a press release, which in turn gets reused, rewritten, and retranslated across the web, often with unintentionally hilarious consequences:
"Men of types that have sex like a creature because of a similar four-pronged male organ formed like a connect. Vagina branching four men seafood can help to get over hurdles and efficiently exchange ejaculation to the women system. Species with the originality of her genitals is not the first time found. Last September, scientists released the conclusions of a seafood with sex in the head…"
It helps that the original research was about sex and genitalia, of course…