Published on March 5, 2014
What are they like? Giant Squid can reach 1,000 kg and 20 meters long.
Physical description • • • • • • They’ve got eight tentacles They’ve got one sucker They’ve got one eye They’ve got a siphon They’ve got fin They’ve got a long mantle
Where do they live? It can swim fast with its eight tentacles They can reach a speed of 2.5 meters for second
What do they eat? • Squid eat other fish or some species living at these depths
Video • http://www.youtube.com/watch? feature=player_detailpage&v=GcW3MH9d nj4
Interesting websites • • • Google www.calamarpedia.com/reproduccion-calamar www.ecoosfera.com/.../calamar-gigante-encontrado-en-lasprofundidade... • unpoquitodemisterio.wordpress.com/.../calamar-gigante-vs-elcachalote/ • Encyclopedia
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