“I have nipples Greg, can you milk me?”
"you're whalecum for this fun fact"
@Sivls, the only reason almond milk is called almond milk is because nut juice doesn't role off the tounge quite as well
@Sivls, I don't know it rolled off my ex's tongue quite well
@Sivls, well, it depends on if I’m hydrated enough...
Christ. It would be like giving an alligator a handjob.
@Ewok612, I feel like this is the sort of thought normal people don’t have.
Sounds like something a hipster would serve, if they weren’t vegan
I mean they DO have nipples, but they're located in blubber folds and are actually called mammary slits.
Whales milk has the consistency of cottage cheese, and instead of suckling a teet the shoot out a massive cloud of milk from a gland and the baby just kinda filters it out of the water
@salty joe, actually whales just suckle like most other mammals. It would be quite difficult for a baby whale to filter one liquid out of another and a cloud of whale milk which is extremely high in fat would likely attract attention from predators. but it is rather thick.
@aminalFacks, I bet you're correct and we are just thinking of different whale species
@salty joe, what species are you thinking of? Blue, humpback, orca, sperm, and dolphins all feed the same way, none of which release a cloud, since their milks have been described as having a similar consistency to toothpaste.
@aminalFacks, so fact check I was kinda right kinda wrong, you're right it's not a cloud in the water but the mother does shoot it out into the baby's mouth (for baleen) I guess because baby whales dont have lips and cant suckle. It's been a few years since I've worked on a whale boat so I trust your knowledge more than mine being animalfacks and all but that's what I just found
@salty joe, very good! I always encourage others to fact check. Yeah whales actually do suckle. The have teets inbetween folds called mammary slits. I did a project on whales back in middle school where I basically had to give a full report on the animal as whole. Species, feeding, mating, ect. While reading into mating I found out how they birth and feed their young.
@aminalFacks, this is the kind of disagreement I like to see
@aminalFacks, sounds fascinating, love the ocean and all the life in it. I was just an engineer on a whale watch boat as a part time job in high school/college for several years and repeated some facts I remembered rearing over the intercom. Never studied marine bio or nothing
I remember a certain group of bathtub ballers determining that whale semen is the best thing to bathe in on weekends
You cant milk these tits