giant squid has been found in net, stomachs of sperm whales and
lying on seashores.
The giant squid has sharp teeth, lots of tentacles, and has
the largest eye of the animal kingdom and the third largest animal
in the sea.
The giant squid also is the largest invertebrates on earth
being up to 60 maybe more feet long and are one of the biggest
predators surviving in the sea.
giant squid lives in the depths of every ocean.
Believe it or not almost no one has seen the giant squid in
its natural habitat (that is more then a mile below the surface)
even with its size and scientists don’t even know if there is more
then one species of giant squid.
giant squid tentacles and arms that are covered in suckers they each have
a surrounded by a ring of tooth like projections.
All the suckers can latch onto anther fish or animal with
Its sucker helps it catch its prey.
The giant squid is in the Cephalopodan groups.
The Cephalopodan group includes octopus.
whales eat the giant squid, once a Soviet whaler watched a sperm
whale and a squid battling.
Both had bad luck, the whale was straggled with the squid’s
tentacles around its throat and the squid’s head in the whale’s
stomach this was in 1965.
a giant squid goes into warm water then it usually is unable to get
down again because its blood has trouble carrying oxygen through the
its body at warm temperature so it suffocates.
That may be the resin why the giant squid is so mysterious.