字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Is that the guy's ballsack? [laughter] Ballworms. Oh my God. So painful. Parasite museum! 10am to 5pm Two floors of parasites. Yes! If Jun harasses you for not using a tripod, they say you can take videos but no tripods. Oh! Sweet! So. Right in the brochure! Where do parasites live? Oh, it shows you which part of the animal they live in. Eww! Eyeworms! Wait, where's the one that got in, like, the appendix? And you, like, have to get surgery. Oh my gosh. Do birds have appendixes? I don't know, but that could be an appendix. It's looking very appendixy. So these are the animals that live nicely with each other. I think this one attaches to, like, fish and eats off of the stuff under the gills of the fish. This guy is really neat. And these are parasites! Parasites of humans... Shows you where they are in the body. So this massive jumbled mess of worms... You follow it into the intestines. Eww. Eww. Ewwwwww. Ewwwwww. These are in the liver. That looks like a liver. That looks like a liver to me too. So these live in your colon. Oh my gosh! This is so long! Eww! It's one of the really long ones! It lives in your intestines! How many worms have you had? I don't know how many worms, 'cause we just-- when I lived in Ghana, we take the medicine every once in a while to, like, flush out anything that might be living. Eww. Um, I had a parasite that latched onto my appendix when I was in Peru so I had to get my appendix removed. That was fun. Uh, I got another parasite in Taiwan, but I just took medicine and killed it. Wow! I wonder how many people have parasites and don't know about it. Acari! These are a type of arachnid. Yay! Acari are things like ticks and mites. I would totally wear those as earrings. Giant bloodsucking ticks. We get ticks like that size on our dog in Indiana. Oh, seriously? I could get you some earrings. [laughter] I'm dreaming there will be someday in the future when someone asks, like, me and another team of people "Who can name five types of arachnid the quickest? Go!" And then I would win. I'll try to work on it. [laughter] Ugh, ugh, what's this? What's this? What is this?! Oh my God, it's an 8.8 metre worm. Ugh! Found in a Japanese sea. Kinda creepy. It's the same length as that rope over there, if you wanna see if it could, like, strangle you or something. No! Nooo! What is this? Oh my God. [laughter] Ew, and it's even the same colour as the worm! Oh my goodness. Now I'm creeped out. Can that kind go in humans? So, like, maybe cows, bears, something like that? This one's from the sea, so it's a little like a fish. In a whale. I didn't know malaria was a parasite. This is a game called Guess What This Parasite Looks Like. Eww! Ugh! Is that, like, the elephant one? Cat poop... From cat poop, and it can get into a person. And that's kinda gross. Don't eat cat poop, y'all. [laughter] Stop eating cat poop! I know you people are out there. Uhhh... In someone's stomach. Ugh. Ugh, look at the tissue. Ughhh! It's, like, living. Living in this person. This is heartworm. This is why you should always give the dogs heartworm medicine. You don't want this to happen to them. Look at this. This could be your dog's heart. Give your poor doggy heartworm medicine. Poor little doggy! It's, like, bulging, bulging out of his head. It's, like, headworms?! Is, like, headworms a thing?! Oh my God. I wanna take a picture of this for Ryosuke. [laughter] An illustration for him. He's carrying his ballsack like bamboo sticks Does this mean this actually happens in Japan too? I guess so. Nooo! Noooooo! What is this? Nooo! This is-- I mean, a lot of these are cured if you just take the medicine. The right medicine? Or just a blanket medicine that kills everything. If you cook your meals and you don't get stung by mosquitoes. Ever. Which is, like, most people. [laughter] I guess so. So it's free to get in here, but it's nice to donate a little bit because of how they get all their money. So definitely give them a little something. Just stop by, 'cause this is really cool. Thank's for joining us along the parasite museum! Bye! Thanks! Bye!