This truly is amazing. Diego is a species of tortoise found in the wild only on the island of Espanola. There were only 2 males & 12 females on the island 50 years ago. Then Diego came strutting around and started knocking everyone up.
Details aren’t well know, but this 100 + year old tortoise was somehow discovered at the San Diego Zoo. He was then brought back to the Galapagos Island & put into a breeding program in 1976. It was recently discovered that he is now the father of 40% of the offspring on the island! Diego and his super sperm are still going strong today.
Clearly, calling him an “alpha” would be an understatement. He is simply in a class of his own & on a mission for total dominance of his species. Thank god a tortoise doesn’t need to pay child support. When your job is literally making more babies you would never dig yourself out.
A story like this is good. According to Google, “Scientists estimate that 150-200 species of plant, insect, bird and mammal become extinct every 24 hours.” This species of tortoise stared extinction in the face, but Diego didn’t quit. He almost single-handedly fucked the species out of it. Good for you buddy! (source)
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