Unambiguously ambiguous about slug sex

New Zealand’s 3News has a good intentionally ambiguous headline:

University investigating sea slug sex life

Massey University is turning its skills on an ‘urgent, local issue’ – the sex life of a sea slug. “We want to find out who the slugs are having sex with,” says evolutionary geneticist Professor Paul Rainey. “Is it with their neighbours, or out-of-towners.” The three-year $250,000 research project will investigate whether the sex life of toxic sea slugs holds the key to why the creatures are washing up in increasing numbers on Auckland beaches….The study aims to identify possible migration and mutations within sea slug populations.

(Thanks to investigator Scott Langill for bringing this to our attention.)