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Giant Squid. By Milo Kashey. Habitat. Oceans Midnight zones All oceans except Arctic and North 11,000 ft down Below freezing No light. Adaptations to Survive the Habitat. Glowing tentacles Change color Big eyes Large gills Thick skin. Diet. Adaptations for Food.

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Giant Squid

By Milo Kashey

habitat
Habitat
  • Oceans
  • Midnight zones
  • All oceans except Arctic and North
  • 11,000 ft down
  • Below freezing
  • No light
adaptations to survive the habitat
Adaptations to Survive the Habitat
  • Glowing tentacles
  • Change color
  • Big eyes
  • Large gills
  • Thick skin
adaptations for food
Adaptations for Food
  • Have beach-ball size eyes
  • Whip-like tentacles
  • Can change color
  • Glowing tentacles
  • Spray brown ink
  • Have suckers
adaptations for protection
Adaptations for Protection
  • Whip threats with tentacles
  • Blind enemies by glowing
  • Leave scars with suckers
interesting facts
Interesting Facts
  • 33 feet long
  • Propulsion system
  • 440 pounds
  • Don’t have to sleep
  • Architeuthis dux
references
References
  • Books: , Gelman, Rita Golden, and Jean Day Zallinger. Monsters Of The Sea. Boston:      Little, Brown & Company Limited, 1990. Print.
  • Websites:
  • http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/
  • http://www.school.eb.com/elementary
  • http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/KidsInfoBits
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