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Raccoon Baculum

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Raccoon baculum (a.k.a. the penis bone). Most are 3 ½–5" in length. These are collected in nature, so some may still have some natural "residue". Please don't put them in your mouth.

The pics are just an average representative of our current inventory. You may not receive these exact specimens, but some similar to them. As a rule, we try to prioritize shipping the largest specimens we have first.

A note on ethics: Life in all its forms is our utmost priority. Rest assured that we carefully source our products from humane suppliers, and many of our specimens from once-living creatures—like this one—are either byproducts of natural death or ethical killing (for food, for example). Absolutely no purchase from our shop directly promotes or endorses further death of any kind.

 

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This curved bone is a baculum from a raccoon. Bacula are bones located in the penis of many mammals. Their function is thought to aid in mating, and therefore increase the likelihood of reproduction. In many species whose males have a baculum, the females have a bony equivalent called a baubellum.

The baculum appears to have evolved independently nine different times in the evolutionary record. Many mammals have a baculum, including most primates. Though they have evolved out of human lineage, making us one of the few primate exceptions.

Walrus bacula can be up to 2 ft (60 cm) long. The longest known was a 4.5 ft (137 cm) fossil from a walrus ancestor.

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BACULUM
The baculum (also penis bone) is a bone found in the penis of many placental mammals. It is absent in the human penis, but present in the penises of other primates, such as the gorilla and chimpanzee. The penis arises from primordial cells within soft tissues of the penis, and its formation is largely under the influence of androgens. The bone is located above the male urethra, and it aids sexual reproduction by maintaining sufficient stiffness during sexual penetration. The homologue to the baculum in female mammals is known as the baubellum or os clitoridis (also os clitoris), a bone in the clitoris.

The baculum is used for copulation and varies in size and shape by species. Its evolution may be influenced by sexual selection, and its characteristics are sometimes used to differentiate between similar species. A bone in the penis allows a male to mate for a long time with a female, which can be a distinct advantage in some mating strategies. The length of the baculum may be related to the duration of copulation in some species. In carnivorans and primates, the length of the baculum appears to be influenced by postcopulatory sexual selection. In some bat species, the baculum can also protect the urethra from compression.

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Really shocked the family!

Fantastic gift. Pulled a great prank when I told them it was a raccoon rib when it was actually their penis bone. ;) Definatley reccommend to anyone wanting to do a good epic prank. I'd buy again.

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Fantastic gift. Pulled a great prank when I told them it was a raccoon rib when it was actually their penis bone. ;) Definatley reccommend to anyone wanting to do a good epic prank. I'd buy again.

Raccoon Baculum

Raccoon Baculum

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