Scientists in Herferdshire, England, Thursday announced the discovery of a 425-million-year-old fossilized penis, the oldest of its kind.
The ancient penis belonged to an ostrocod, a water-flea that can be found in ponds today, the London Telegraph reported.
The fossil was preserved in volcanic ash at an undisclosed site that was once part of an ancient ocean.
The previous oldest specimen was 240 million years old.
Professor David Siveter of the University of Leicester said in the journal, Science, that it is extremely rare to find a fossil with so much soft tissue detail.
The penis of an ostracod can be as much as a third of the size of its entire body, scientists said.
It has been named Colymbosathon ecplecticos, which means "astounding swimmer with a large penis."
Leave it up to the British to find the oldest dick in the world.