Skudge- a cousin to a leech it finds it's way in your body through contaminated water (in egg form). Then after it hatches it travels through you intestinal track using it's arms/ flippers. It secretes a chemical so you never now when it's feeding but you definitely can feel it moving around. Infection of this dude can prove to be fatal if not detected early.
No reference photos for this one Fozzy? Damn my luck, and this just HAPPENS to be the week I get one! Wouldn't you know it.
As for the sudden mean comment recently posted in here, all I can say is that this has been a great place to come to in my short time here. It is a real art community... let's keep it a community... and keep mean, thoughtless comments out of these posts, ok?
Here we have an adult Malerondia Analicthys, better known as an Anal Fish Noodler.
The Anal Fish Noodler can grow to 1-2cm from snout to tail barbs; they are common in a variety of barnyard animals from goats and sheep to pigs and cattle. Like many parasitic organisms, they feed off the hosts blood supply firmly imbedding itself in the hosts anal cavity. Here the Anal Fish Noodler burrows its snout into the fleshy walls and feasts unbeknownst to the victim. However, not as common in human beings their egg larvae are still transmitted via undercooked meat products from these farm animals. There have been several documented cases of children succumbing to the ill favored effects of these parasites through ingestion, some of the tell-tale signs of infestation are high fever with vomiting as well as gastric pains and anal weeping.
It is very important to address the issue of infestation with a hot vinegar enema and an appropriate dose of Tylenol. Left untreated patients are susceptible to high anxiety, night sweats, fever blisters in the anus, horrendous anal itching and uncontrollable stools. Remember to always wash your hands and always cook your food thoroughly.