The un-holy, 20-30 inches long

A variety of large, free-swimming tapeworm, Profanus periodically attached to host animals, where it rasped away the skin to expose the flesh. Exulding an anesthetic to numb the wound, eggs were laid into the flesh while the parasite remained attached. Upon hatching, larvae lived in the wound until old enough to swim away and breed.

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