Sam Kanizay's bandaged feet and ankles.
Sam Kanizay, 16, found his feet and ankles covered in blood after soaking his legs in Melbourne's Brighton Beach on Saturday evening.
Sam Kanizay was sore from playing football and made a decision to have a soak in the bay on Saturday evening reports The Age.
But after coming out of the water his legs were covered in tiny sores and bleeding out.
He said: "It's not a parasite I've ever come across". It took nearly a day to stop the blood flow - Sam went to wet his legs at the beach at around 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, and the bleeding stopped on Sunday afternoon, he told Fairfax.
Dr Walker-Smith told Fairfax he believed the bleeding wouldn't stop because of the anti-coagulant being released by the fleas to stop the blood from clotting, in the same way leeches behave. Yeah, I wasn't expecting it at all.
He walked across the esplanade, "leaving a path of blood", to his home in nearby Keith Court.
"You know, nurses and doctors from the hospital weren't going to jump in and try to get these critters, right?"
Mr Kanizay said his son was still in a bit of pain after the attack, but was doing well.
The young boy has been taken to the hospital.
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When he got there, doctors cleaned him up and had a closer look at his injuries.
The boy was immediately taken to a hospital, where staff members were mystified by the "pin-sized holes" all over his legs, Jarrod said.
Alistair Poore, an expert on marine invertebrates from the University of New South Wales, agreed with the sea lice assessment levied by Keough.
"You leave them alone, they leave you alone", he said.
"It took a while to get all the blood off and it came back pretty quickly", Kanizay told 3AW. "They pretty much had 10 different hypotheses but nothing yet".
For his own experiment, Sam's father tossed a chuck of meat into the water and later shared creep-tastic footage of the outcome.
'I caught some bugs overnight over in the bay.
'They're mite type creatures. They've sucked the life out of it - all the blood. In the video, sea lice are seen in a tray of water eating chunks of meat. "I've never seen anything like this". People have often mistakenly blamed sea lice for bites by jellyfish larvae in Florida and the Caribbean.
"I wonder if it was just that night, just that spot, at that particular time", Mr Murray said.
"It was just unlucky", marine biologist Genefor Walker-Smith said in a statement.