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Go Ask Alice!: Bestiality (601 words)
Humans having sex with animals, otherwise called bestiality or zoophilia, is fairly uncommon, or uncommon to tell the researchers, in this century.
It is thought that when more people lived on farms and in rural areas, the practice of having sexual relations with animals was much more common.
As recently as 1953, 49 states regarded bestiality as a felony or its equivalent.
NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Bestiality (540 words)
Bestial sexuality (aka Zoophilia) - Sexual orientation or sexual activity between humans and animals.
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