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bestiality law

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bestiality—potential results


A self-explanatory term for any statute or legislation which makes sexual contact with an animal illegal.

Bestiality was removed in 1969 from the German penal code and since then is only illegal if significant harm was inflicted on the animal. Newer legislation makes bestiality illegal if the animal is forced to commit “actions alien to the species” and punishable by a €25,000 fine. Per the German newspaper, Tageszeitung, the president of a group representing people who engage in bestiality, said they would take legal action…apparently to ensure that people aren’t the only ones who squeal like pigs.  
Thusfar, few progeny have resulted from unnatural couplings (image).

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