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Can you please list some of the animals that practice homosexuality?
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Here is a list copied from wikipedia... Sorry about the length. 

Mammals
Main article: List of mammals displaying homosexual behavior

Selected mammals from the full list:

    Bison[16]
    Brown Bear[17]
    Brown Rat[18]
    Cavy[18]
    Caribou[19]
    Cat (domestic)[20]
    Cattle (domestic)[21]

    Chimpanzee[22][23][24][25]

   

    Common Dolphin[26]
    Common Marmoset[27]
    Dog[28]
    Elephant[29]
    Fox[30]
    Giraffe[31][3][32]

    Goat[16]

   

    Horse (domestic)[33]
    Human[34][35][36]
    Koala[37]
    Lion[34]
    Orca[26]
    Raccoon[38]

Birds
Main article: List of birds displaying homosexual behavior

Selected birds from the full list:

    Barn Owl[39]
    Chicken[40]
    Common Gull[41]
    Emu[42]

   

    King Penguin[43]
    Mallard[44]
    Raven[45]
    Seagull[46]

Fish
Arctic Grayling (Thymallus arcticus) leaping for a fly fisherman's bait. Research going back to the 1950s has shown both male and female Graylings exhibit homosexual behavior.[47]

    Amazon molly[48]
    Blackstripe topminnow[49]
    Bluegill Sunfish[49]
    Char[47]
    Grayling[47]
    European Bitterling[50]
    Green swordtail[50]
    Guiana leaffish[51]
    Houting Whitefish[47]
    Jewel Fish[52]
    Least Darter (Microperca punctulata)[50]
    Mouthbreeding Fish sp.[49]
    Salmon spp.[53]
    Southern platyfish[50]
    Ten-spined stickleback[50]
    Three-spined stickleback[50]


Reptiles

    Anole sp.[54]
    Bearded Dragon[55]
    Broad-headed Skink[50]
    Checkered Whiptail Lizard[55]
    Chihuahuan Spotted Whiptail Lizard[55]
    Common Ameiva[55]
    Common Garter Snake[50]
    Cuban Green Anole[54]
    Desert Grassland Whiptail Lizard[55]
    Desert Tortoise[56]
    Fence Lizard[55]
    Five-lined Skink[disambiguation needed][50]
    Gopher (Pine) Snake[49]
    Green Anole[54]
    Inagua Curlytail Lizard[55]

   

    Jamaican Giant Anole[54]
    Laredo Striped Whiptail Lizard[55]
    Largehead Anole[54]
    Mourning Gecko[57]
    Plateau Striped Whiptail Lizard[55]
    Red Diamond Rattlesnake[50]
    Red-tailed Skink[50]
    Side-blotched Lizard[55]
    Speckled Rattlesnake[50]
    Water Moccasin[50]
    Western rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis)[50]
    Western Banded Gecko[57]
    Whiptail Lizard spp.[55]
    Wood Turtle[54]

Amphibians

    Appalachian Woodland Salamander[58]
    Black-spotted Frog[59]
    Mountain Dusky Salamander[58]
    Tengger Desert Toad[54]

Insects

    Alfalfa Weevil[60]
    Australian Parasitic Wasp sp.[60]
    Bean Weevil sp.[60]
    Bedbug and other Bug spp.[61][62]
    Blister Beetle spp.[63]
    Blowfly[63]
    Broadwinged Damselfly sp.[64]
    Cabbage (Small) White (Butterfly)[65]
    Checkerspot Butterfly[65]
    Club-tailed Dragonfly spp.[66]
    Cockroach spp.[67]
    Common Skimmer Dragonfly spp.[66]
    Creeping Water Bug sp.[68]
    Cutworm[69]
    Digger Bee[70]
    Dragonfly spp.[66]
    Eastern Giant Ichneumon Wasp[60]
    Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer[68]
    Field Cricket sp.[71]
    Flour Beetle[72]
    Fruit Fly spp.[73]
    Glasswing Butterfly[65]
    Grape Berry Moth[74]
    Grape Borer[68]
    Green Lacewing[75]
    Hen Flea[75]

   

    House Fly[76]
    Ichneumon wasp sp.[60]
    Japanese Scarab Beetle[77]
    Larch Bud Moth[74]
    Large Milkweed Bug[62]
    Large White[62]
    Long-legged Fly spp.[78]
    Mazarine Blue[62]
    Mediterranean Fruit Fly[73]
    Mexican White (butterfly)[62]
    Midge sp.[78]
    Migratory Locust[79]
    Monarch Butterfly[65]
    Narrow-winged Damselfly spp.[64]
    Parsnip Leaf Miner[78]
    Pomace fly[78]
    Queen Butterfly[65]
    Red Ant sp.[78]
    Red Flour Beetle[62]
    Reindeer Warble Fly (Hypoderma tarandi)[78]
    Rose Chafer[disambiguation needed][78]
    Rove Beetle spp.[62]
    Scarab Beetle (Melolonthine)[80]
    Screwworm Fly[78]
    Silkworm Moth[74]

   
Male flour beetles are believed by scientists to engage in same-sex coupling to practice mating and to rid themselves of "old, less effective" sperm.[72]


    Southeastern Blueberry Bee[70]
    Southern Green Stink Bug[62]
    Southern Masked Chafer[78]
    Southern One-Year Canegrub[78]
    Spreadwinged Damselfly spp.[64]
    Spruce Budworm Moth[74]
    Stable Fly sp.[78]
    Stag Beetle spp.[62]
    Tsetse Fly[78]
    Water Boatman Bug[disambiguation needed][62]
    Water Strider spp.[62]

Other invertebrates

    Blood-Fluke[81]
    Box Crab[82]
    Harvest Spider sp.[83]
    Hawaiian Orb-Weaver (spider)[83]
    Incirrate Octopus spp.[82]
    Jumping Spider and Some Select Yeast sp.[83]
    Mite sp.[78]
    Spiny-Headed Worm[84]
    Amoeba and Barneys

The link... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_animals_displaying_homosexual_behavior
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