A DRUNK man who stuck two live fish up his anus was hospitalised after one of them began to swim up his intestines. According to Chinese news site Huanqiuthe patient confessed he had decided to put two pond loaches into his anus after a heavy drinking session the day before, on March And when doctors at The First Affiliated Hospital of Jinan University examined him, they found the two fish has swum up his intestines.
By Michael Le Page. In some simple animals, such as jellyfishthe gut has only one opening, which functions as the mouth and anus. It has been known since that comb jellies — which superficially resemble jellyfish, but belong to a separate group called ctenophores — have a through-gutwith a separate mouth and anus.
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The man admitted to voluntarily putting the pond loaches into his bum when he was heavily under the influence of alcohol. A man who put two live pond loaches into his anus is now in intensive care after one of the fish swam up into his intenstines. The unnamed year-old man, who was drunk at the time of insertion, was rushed to hospital with signs of a high temperature, low blood pressure and severe stomach pain. According to reports, the man admitted to voluntarily putting two pond loaches into his anus when he was heavily under the influence of alcohol.
By Tiffany Lo For Mailonline. A drunk man in China was rushed to hospital after he put two live fish into his anus. The two pond loaches swam up into his intestines, one of which even broke through the bowel wall causing severe abdominal pain to the patient.
If you have a chance to be reincarnated and the only option for you is to be reborn as a sea creature, you would definitely not choose to be a sea cucumber, which looks like a lump of intestine crawling around the sea floor. Lives inside the anus. Such is the life of the Pearl Fish, a slimy-looking, translucent fish that makes its home inside rocks and invertebrates such as starfish, oysters, and clams.
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Evolution is blind and random, so it does not always make sense. Thus, over the course of time, evolution has spawned some truly unusual critters. Case in point: sea cucumbers, pearlfish, and their peculiar relationship. Sea cucumbers are lumbering echinoderms that breathe and poop through their anuses.
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