|Minilapus liliput (Mandly)|
Mandly is squatter. If such a Puka has found a human partner, it becomes attached to a certain part of the human body and stays there most of the time during the partnership. They are divided into the head- and shoulder squatters. A (one-sided) deafness can be the result of a symbiosis with such a Puka.
Mandly lives in the ear of man; was kept for a long time for “the little man in the ear", but is clearly attributable to the Pukas.
Front and rear extremities are thickened to ensure retention in the ear (fixed spreading). In order for M. liliput to be understood despite his small size, his vocal cords are enlarged and his mouth sharpened to be able to speak directly towards the eardrum.
Size: 0.008 m
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