tirsdag den 23. november 2010

Candiru (Real Monster)


Hello everyone! This Tuesday we’ll have a true monster, a monster from reality. Say hello to the Candiru.

The candiru is a parasitic freshwater fish, belonging to the group called catfish. It lives in the Amazon river were it, if possible searches for a host it can feed upon. How is the Candiru a parasite then you might ask? Well, this small catfish swims up your rectum, vagina or penis and hangs on. If it crawls up your urethra you need to get the monster surgical removed, since it is barbed.

Normally the Candiru searches for a big fish where it will attach itself to the gills and suck blood. But hey, it’s just a fish, it can make mistakes! So if you’re in the Amazon river and need to pee, for your own sake get out of the water first!!!


What a monster, huh? And this one exists! If you guys have suggestions for other creatures let me know in the comments :)

24 kommentarer:

  1. wow i wouldn't want to get bitten by that especially the parts you mentioned lol

    SvarSlet
  2. They should put them in public pools.

    SvarSlet
  3. The smaller it is, the more I'm afraid of it comming near me. I see myself as an elephant fearing mice! On the same topic, I would love to hear about Piranhas, those little river monsters!

    SvarSlet
  4. That thing is freaky looking!

    SvarSlet
  5. It doesn't look that scary.. i would let it swim in my beathtub

    SvarSlet
  6. really scary catfish. There's other scary gigantic mutant catfish that swallow people in Nepal, a GOONCH.

    SvarSlet
  7. Eek! Eww!!! Great post. Ick! lol

    SvarSlet
  8. I've heard of these. I wonder if they can swim up diarrhea too.

    SvarSlet
  9. I've heard about this before! freakkky stuff, really wouldnt be nice to have it happen to you would be really painful

    SvarSlet
  10. Guh. I know about these things and they always disturbed me. That aside, I realize that you didn't clarify WHY to pee outside of the river. These little beasties will actually be attracted to the warmth and current and use it to zero in on prey.

    I say again. Guh.

    SvarSlet
  11. I like that we have only discovered about 20% of all the species that lives in the ocean. Imagine in the future what monsters we might discover down there

    SvarSlet
  12. I've heard some horror stories about this fish and peeing in the Amazone.

    SvarSlet
  13. I've heard of these things before... Don't they climb inside your dick when you pee in the water? I've seen that monster-quest show and they had something like this on there. Creepy!

    SvarSlet
  14. this is one of the scariest monsters youve posted in a long time..i shant be going anywhere near the amazonian rivers so that i may avoid it

    SvarSlet
  15. Mr Bouchard:
    I've added this one to the list now friend :)

    SvarSlet
  16. Thank you all for your comments, it really motivates me guys :D

    SvarSlet