A giant squid has never been photographed like this before1/8/2013
It's the "Moby Dick" of underwater photography: to catch a giant squid in its natural habitat, hundreds of feet below the North Pacific Ocean. That's exactly what scientists and broadcasters claim they've captured for an upcoming Discovery Channel special. Researchers had sunk to around 1800 feet below the surface when they spotted the nine-foot-long creature, which is described as having "huge black eyes" and — ew — "holding a bait squid in its arms." A Japanese scientist, who had previously filmed a giant squid at sea level, said this was the first footage of a giant squid in its normal environs. [Source]
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