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This fish is called the candiru and is a member of the genus Vandellia. The candiru is found in the Amazon region of South America and is a type of catfish. The fish is actually parasitic. It uses spines located on the covers of its gills to attach itself to the gills of other, larger fish.
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The definition of candiru differs between authors. The word has been used to refer to only Vandellia cirrhosa , the entire genus Vandellia , the subfamily Vandelliinae , or even the two subfamilies Vandelliinae and Stegophilinae. Although some candiru species have been known to grow to a size of 40 centimetres 16 in in length, others are considerably smaller. These smaller species are known for an alleged tendency to invade and parasitise the human urethra ; however, despite ethnological reports dating back to the late 19th century,  the first documented case of the removal of a candiru from a human urethra did not occur until , and even that incident has remained a matter of controversy. Candirus are small fish.
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