After the Animal Cubes series and its strange geometric animals, here is Aniball, a new amusing project created by the Indonesian photographer, Aditya Aryanto.
It takes some balls to carry this backpack.
This giant realistic scrotum backpack was spotted about a year ago and posted to Reddit. "I want one of these," said no one.
So the creator decided to start a crowdfunding campaign to mass produce these testicular totes.
Daniel Bitton has started an Indiegogo campaign to bring more of his "Scrote'n'Totes" to life.
"As a result, out of a sense of profound humanitarianism, I and several friends have had to interrupt our lives in order to fully dedicate our lives to the production of lifelike, hideous, giant scrotum backpacks," he writes.
The Scrote'n'Tote will come in both dark and light colors, and will retail for $120 once funded.
However, only $41 of the $33,000 needed to fund the project has been raised so far. So if you want a Scrote'n'Tote, you better crack open that piggy bank.
Science is proving what we all expected from the very start.
Obnoxious men who catcall are most likely compensating for something else.
A study published Wednesday finds that monkeys with louder calls used to attract females also tend to have smaller testicles.
The research studied Howler monkeys, the loudest species on the planet with a roar that can be heard three miles away.
"In evolutionary terms, all males strive to have as many offspring as they can, but when it comes to reproduction you can't have everything," lead researcher Jacob Dunn of the University of Cambridge's Division of Biological Anthropology told U.S. News & World Report.
Basically—The louder the howl to attract females, the smaller the balls and less sperm said balls produce.
Science is fun.