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Beware: Before You Drink Water, You Must Be Careful Of This Transparent Animal

Health experts may disagree on several things, but they will definitely agree that drinking water is very important in keeping our body health. About 75% of our body is composed of water and it is vital for human life. Without water, we will not be able to survive. This is why drinking 8 glasses of water a day is recommended.

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You can drink tap water as long as it is safe and you can also drink purified water if you want. But regardless of the type of water you drink, you must be careful because there are things or harmful substances that could wreak havoc on health. While water is important, you must be aware of what you are drinking.

The tricky part is, there might be animals hiding in your water. It was reported that transparent eel larvae (Leptocephalus) can live in tap or stream waters. They are transparent and therefore, you cannot easily notice them. Leptocephalus which means “slim head” have compressed bodies that contain jelly-like substances. Their organs are very small, making them transparent when they are alive.

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The blood of eels or the jelly-like substances in their body can be harmful to human and other mammals. They can cause muscular cramps and the worst is, they can negatively affect the heart. While eels are sometimes used for dishes, it is not recommended to consume it, especially if it is not properly handled.

To prevent any problem, you must boil the tap or streams water first before drinking. Although there’s a less chance of having transparent eel in your eel, it’s still better to be safe than sorry in the end. If you don’t want problems to occur, make your water a safety drink.

The next time you drink water, be mindful of it because it might bring harm on your body. Drink lots of water but then again, always think of your safety.

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H/T: Eel life history, www.hoaxorfact.com, Bhaskban

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