A couple of gay vultures in a German zoo have adopted an egg after its mother left it. A pair of gay German vultures have recently adopted an egg and started to incubate it in a nest they built.
Animal keepers had collected the egg in the muddy ground under a tree where it had been dropped by a griffon vulture called Lisa, said national news agency DPA. “Lisa had made no attempt to build a nest,” Nordhorn zoo spokeswoman Ina Deiting told reporters.The egg was temporarily placed in an incubator, before being entrusted to the male couple, Isis and Nordhorn, who “promptly sat on it,” said Deiting. The biological parentage of the egg is unclear, and zoo keepers also don’t know yet whether it is fertilised.
So, as we see, gay parenting is not only human prerogative.