They capture a giant squid alive for the first time – Mystery Science

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  They capture a giant squid alive for the first time – Mystery Science

Giant squid found on Ugu Beach in Obama, Fukui Prefecture. Credit: Mainichi/Ryusuke Takahashi



A giant squid over 3 meters was found alive on the west coast of Japan, at Ugu Beach in Obama, Fukui Prefecture. The event caused great surprise, as giant squids live in the depths of the sea and it is unusual for a squid to be washed ashore alive.



According to the Japanese newspaper Mainichithe squid was transported to Echizen Matsushima Aquarium in the nearby town of Sakai.



The giant squid they live in the depths of the water are still very elusive and therefore little studied. They are the largest cephalopods known to date and according to Smithsonian Institution, can measure up to 13 meters in length. Their lifespan is short and they can only live up to five or six years, according to scientists.



Recent discovery provides insight one of the largest cephalopods known to lurk in the deep sea, and probably the first time a live specimen has been taken into captivity.



A video shared by Agence France-Presse shows the huge creature in shallow water, extending its huge tentacle arms.



VIDEO: A giant squid washes up alive in Japan.



A 3.35 meter long giant squid has been found alive on a shore in western Japan.

Giant squid live in the deep sea and it is rare for a squid to be washed up alive on the shore. The squid has now been transported to an aquarium pic.twitter.com/FGdc23MBjI



— AFP news agency (@AFP) April 22, 2022



It’s unclear if the squid is still alive, but considering environmental factors, it doesn’t seem likely.



They capture a giant squid alive for the first time – Mystery ScienceAquarium workers measure the length of the found giant squid. Credit: Ryūsuke Takahashi.



Currently, we still do not know a lot about this species. Scientists still don’t know exactly where they live, but dead specimens have been found in all oceans.



It is also thought that the giant squid They have the largest eyes in the entire animal kingdom. measuring 25 centimeters wide, which allows them to see even in the darkest environments, several kilometers below the surface of the ocean.



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A 20-meter-long squid carcass discovered in 1887 may have been considered the mythical Kraken, associated with Norse legend. The giant squid was not widely accepted by science until specimens became available to zoologists in the second half of the 19th century.



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They capture a giant squid alive for the first time – Mystery ScienceLeft: Depiction of the French corvette Alecton attempting to capture a giant squid in 1861. This incident almost certainly inspired the depiction of the giant squid in Jules Verne’s 1870 novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. giant squid (1874). Report on the cephalopods of the northeast coast of America.



Undoubtedly, a wonderful animal, which has aroused great fascination and has been the subject of legends among sailors and sailors for centuries.



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