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Bizarre 'Penis Head' Fish Discovered
Seven Marine Animals That Look Exactly Like Dicks
The ocean is full of mystery. It is also full of penises. And biologists have taken note. Priapulida is a whole phylum, the second largest grouping of species after kingdom, of dick-like animals. So clearly whoever named this entire group of species had penises on their mind. They need a sleek body shape in order to dig through the dirt—a bulky or round shape would be sort of counterproductive for digging.
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Meet The 'Penis Fish': A Penis-Shaped Fish That's An Orient Delight (Would You Eat It?)
It is widely referred to as the fat innkeeper worm or the penis fish. On the surface of the body there are many small papillae. This spoonworm lives in a U-shaped burrow in muddy sand and feeds on detritus. Males and females produce sperm and eggs, respectively.
In the immensity of the sea, the abyssal fauna hides a singular fish: one with the shape of a penis. Yes, you read correctly, it has the shape of a human penis and is known as the Penis Fish , although in reality, it is called Urechis unicinctus and it is a kind of marine worm. This peculiar species belongs to the Urechis family and lives in the shallow waters of China's seas, as well as in sand tunnels. Its size varies around 25 cm and, interestingly, it is considered a gastronomic delicacy in China and Japan.