Thousands of creatures resembling penises have washed up on a beach in California. The pulsating creatures are fat innkeeper worms, or Urechis caupo. Although they are a type of worm, they are widely referred to as the "penis fish". The worms bury themselves deep beneath the sand, but recent storms have uprooted them and Drakes Beach, about 50 miles north of San Francisco, has been covered in the creatures. But the fat innkeeper is perfectly shaped for a life spent underground," wrote biologist Ivan Parr. There is fossil evidence of the creatures dating back million years and some live for up to 25 years, he added.
Would the candiru fish really eat your genitals?
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Urechis unicinctus , known as the fat innkeeper worm or penis fish ,   is a species of marine spoon worm in East Asia. On the surface of the body there are many small papillae. This spoonworm is a detritivore , feeding on detritus , and like other species of Urechis , lives and burrows in sand and mud. It creates a U-shaped burrow in the soft sediment of the seabed.
'Penis fish' wash up on a beach in California
Gaebul in Korea is primarily caught on the west and southwest coast where mudflats are plentiful—compared to the East Sea with an average depth of 1, meters , the West Sea is on average just 44m deep and has huge tidal flats rich with seafood. We went out to Anmyeondo in South Chungcheong Province to get a taste of this seafood, and found a dozen or so people digging up gaebul on a drizzly morning. Neither of us were very successful, but we did watch in awe as one woman trudged from hole to hole, shoveled for a few seconds and pulled up gaebul after gaebul.
The story is that the fish swims up a stream of urine into a man's penis, then eats it from the inside. But is there any truth to it? Of all the denizens of the Amazon basin, there is none more feared than the tiny fish known as the candiru.