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Giant Squid



The biggest invertebrate on Earth is the Giant Squid. These huge, rarely encountered animals can be over 15 metres long. They live in the dark, cold deep sea in all oceans of the world, including the waters off southern Australia.Explore this Object 
Film crews are racing to be the first to film a live Giant Squid in the wild. Some are even attaching cameras to the heads of sperm whales, hoping the whales will do the filming when they go hunting the squid.
Suckers on the tentacle of a Giant Squid (Architeuthis sanctipauli)



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