1. An Uncommon Case of Zoophilia

@article{Bhatia20051AU,
  title={1. An Uncommon Case of Zoophilia},
  author={M. Bhatia and S. Srivastava and S. Sharma},
  journal={Medicine, Science and the Law},
  year={2005},
  volume={45},
  pages={174 - 175}
}
Humans show a wide array of sexual preferences and behaviour. Zoophilia, or bestiality, consists of sexual intercourse by a human being with a lower animal. There is a paucity of literature on zoophilia. We describe a rare case of preferential zoophilia involving multiple animals. The perpetrator developed this habit only during episodes of depression. It is recommended that due to the apparent common occurrence of this condition, questions exploring a topic which appears to be routinely… Expand

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