It has been suggested this claim evolved out of the real observation that certain species of fish in the Amazon will gather at the surface near the point where a urine stream enters, having been attracted by the noise and agitation of the water.
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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, but some others can grow to around 40 cm (16 in).
They have a rather small head and a belly that can appear distended, especially after a large blood meal.
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In 1999, American marine biologist Stephen Spotte traveled to Brazil to investigate this particular incident in detail.
He recounts the events of his investigation in his book Candiru: Life and Legend of the Bloodsucking Catfishes. Samad in person and interviewed him at his practice and home.
Although lurid anecdotes of attacks on humans abound, very few cases have been verified, and some alleged traits of the fish have been discredited as myth or superstition. von Martius in 1829, who never actually observed it, but rather was told about it by the native people of the area, including that men would tie a ligature around their penis while going into the river to prevent this from happening.
The earliest published report of candiru attacking a human host comes from German biologist C. Other sources also suggest that other tribes in the area used various forms of protective coverings for their genitals while bathing, though it was also suggested that these were to prevent bites from piranha.
Gudger, in 1930, noted there have been several other cases reported wherein the fish entered the vaginal canal, but not a single case of a candiru entering the anus was ever documented.