A sperm-shaped bike is being used to transport samples to fertility clinics in the US city of Seattle. The custom-designed two-wheeler, which is almost ten feet in length, can hold up to 30 samples, which are stored in a special vacuum container cooled with liquid nitrogen.
At first, people are shocked and surprised, but then they tell us what a great idea it is. It is not only cutting CO2, but I think it’s really getting the word out about the need for sperm donors.
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