The Squid. Click Here to Begin. Table of Contents. Cover Page Classification Habitat Predators and Prey Anatomy and Physiology Threats to the Squid Works Cited. Classification. Bathyteuthis abyssicola. Onychoteuthis banksii. Pterygioteuthis giardi. Habitat.
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The habitat of the squid depends on the species, size, and stage of development the squid is in.
Squid can be found in almost any salt water region of the world in both the shallows and in depths up to 9,000m. However, some species have been known to move into fresh water in search of food.
Learn more about the Giant Squid and why it has been so illusive to scientists. CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE.
Squid dine mostly on fish, crustaceans such as shrimp, and other squid
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See the amazing camouflaging abilities and use of ink glands in cephalopods by click on the picture above.
Squid Harvest on US West Coast