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The source of the River Li (澧水 lǐ shuǐ) can be found on this mountain1 flowing east into the Yu Marshlands (余泽 yú zé), and in the waters there are many Zhu Bie Yu that are shaped like lungs, have four eyes, six feet, and can spit pearls from their mouths. These fish taste sweet and sour, consuming their flesh can protect from the plague. 

1 Ge Mountain (葛山 gé shān)

Zhu Bie Yu 珠鳖鱼 (zhū biē yú)
Status: Rare Beast
Gender: Male or Female
Pronunciation: (audio file coming soon)
Best known for: Fish that spits pearls

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