Bucephalus

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Bucephalus

trematode parasite causing parasitic castration of clams and scallops.
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Zeus's eagle, first spotted at the taming of Bucephalas and omnipresent at the battle of Gaugamela, has not been seen for some time and will not be seen again until after Alexander's decision to leave India.
Alexander was indeed almost inseparable from Bucephalas until the steed's death in Pakistan at the ripe age of around thirty.
These omissions might be excused as an attempt to keep the narrative flowing by eschewing details, were they not followed by details about Alexander's horse, Bucephalas, his dog, Peritas, and an elephant named Ajax.