Viewers can witness a dolphin birth and learn the difficulties of breastfeeding underwater.
Sex toys and other accessories have slowly become the most profitable items of the industry since video sales have declined.
Both the owner and the manager invoke the need to appeal to gay tourists by displaying toys and accessories at the front.
Eleven people work there alongside Somers, who opened Wega in 1997. All the walls were painted in black, we only had a few dildos,” he comments.
Since then, Somers has made a name for himself and extended the shop three times.
Regulars will know their favourite movies can be found in the back.
While Paquette said he thinks Wega will need to rely mainly on toys to survive, Somers disagrees.
He reckons his visits might become less frequent if the video club goes down, although he still plans to buy a few DVDs.
Soon, Paquette and Somers plan to move the DVDs to the back and the toys and lubricants near the entrance.
takes viewers from the Okavango Delta in Botswana to the Australian Outback, and from a Borneo rainforest to the waters of New Zealand, to study animal reproduction in vivid detail. The series brings viewers a deep level of detail about these species’ mating methods and reproductive anatomies, and illustrates how scientists help preserve certain species for future generations, both in the wild and in a laboratory setting.
Reidenberg, experts in animal biology, reveal the natural mating, birth and rearing behaviors of elephants, kangaroos, dolphins and orangutans, all while capturing rare, beautiful footage of these species in their natural habitats.
Including stock, Wega Video owns 4,500 adult DVDs; according to its website, the enterprise is now the leader in the Canadian gay adult industry.