Stephen Fry and zoologist Mark Carwardine have been tracking down some of the world’s rarest animals to see how they are getting on. Here’s what happens when they finally spot a kakapo, a nocturnal and flightless New Zealand parrot.
Stephen Fry described the resulting moment as “one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen”.
When you are one of the last of your species, I suppose any hole’s a goal.
Question: Is bestiality still illegal if the animal initiates the encounter?