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Dirofilaria immitis, the dog heartworm, is a nematode (roundworm) in the Class Filarioidea. A large, whitish worm, the females are approximately 30 cm long, the males 23 cm long with a coiled tail. The adults are primarily found in the cardiopulmonary circulation, and after fertilization, the females produce small, vermiform embryos called microfilaria which may be found throughout the circulation. (Source)
Edit: Just watched to the very end, and I guess not so tiny afterall.... Pasta-mama paid this good boi a visit....