Giant squids are found in the deep sea and have been photographed at depths around 3,000 feet. Scientists face challenges in studying giant squids and their habitats due to the extreme depth at which they are located. Ac... More »

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Giant squids inhabit all the oceans in the world, although they tend to avoid warm tropical waters and frigid arctic areas. They hunt in the deep ocean at depths between 300 and 1000 meters. More »

While not conclusive, evidence suggests the lifespan of the giant squid is no longer than five years. The speculation is derived from mineralized masses called statoliths in the deep-sea creature that produce growth ring... More »

Giant squids inhabit all the oceans in the world, although they tend to avoid warm tropical waters and frigid arctic areas. They hunt in the deep ocean at depths between 300 and 1000 meters. More »

Giant squid eat deep water fishes and other squid. They catch prey by using suckers and teeth on their feeding tentacles, bringing the prey into the beak using their eight arms. The food is broken into smaller pieces by ... More »

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According to National Geographic, the largest squid ever found measured 59 feet long and weighed about a ton. The squid was a "giant" squid, the largest of the more than 280 squid species found worldwide. More »

As of 2014, the largest recorded giant squid is 43 feet long, including its tentacles. Most giant squid do not exceed 16 feet in length, including the fin and arms. The largest recorded mantle, or body, on a giant squid ... More »

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