We’ve all heard about the tales of gay penguins (in Manhattan’s Central Park Zoo, in Coney Island’s New York Aquarium, in Germany’s Bremerhaven Zoo) and, while we’ve never heard about two male rhinos getting their swerve on, there is news about a phenomenon across the animal kingdom: two sets of queer storks taking up parenting.
Holland’s Overloon Zoo is home to a lesbian pair of storks who were given two eggs to look after and a gay male duo given one egg. All the eggs have since hatched and, wouldn’t you know it, both gay couples are raising their adopted offspring just as well as any of the hetero storks.
Cue the religious zeolots, lobbying against “animal cruelty.”
Gay storks make great parents [Gay.com]