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The Giant Squid are the Largest mollusks in the ocean. Giant Squid have been known to be about 60 feet in total length, but most that have been found are smaller. There are still many others that witch range from 35-45 foot range. The total length includes the body, the head, the two feeding tentacles and the arms .The feeding tentacles longer than the rest of its body. The heaviest Giant Squid are about a ton but, most are less. They are usually a thousand pounds or less What A Giant Looks Like
The Giant Squid eats deep –sea fish, such As ruffle ,and hooky, and other deep- sea squids. The Giant Squid’s Food
. The habitat Is probably about 200 and 1000 meters in deep sea. It is Probably at the bottom And in mid water. A Giant Squid’s Environment
The Giant Squid uses Its ink to squirt at enemies to get away While the predator Searches in the black Ink. It’s Protection
Females give birth to Enormous amounts of cream colored eggs The eggs are probably 5-14 long and probably 3-7 wide. The Giant Squid’s Babies
Interesting Facts About the Giant Squid Giant Squid and other squid have a very individual nervous systems and brains. People have just discovered Giant Squid Can get caught in fishing nets. There is pretty much one predator of the Giant Squid it is a Sperm Whale. A Giant squid has a long tough tongue that is covered with file like teeth.
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