COLOSSAL SQUID   In 2006, a photo released by a researcher with Japan's National Science Museum showed a giant squid attacking a bait squid off the Ogasawara Islands, south of Tokyo. The research team, led by Kubodera, has succeeded in filming the giant   squid alive, possibly for the first time. The enormous tentacled creature was seven meters long. That's almost 23 feet.

The giant squid sees the world with eyes the size of soccer balls. They’re at least 25 centimetres inches) across, making them the largest eyes on the planet.

mpared to the Giant Squid the Colossal Squid seems to have a larger, heavier body with shorter arms and tentacles. — unmuseum.mus.pa.us

mpared to the Giant Squid the Colossal Squid seems to have a larger, heavier body with shorter arms and tentacles.

Colossal Squid Fakemon by welldoboyz on DeviantArt

Colossal Squid Fakemon by welldoboyz on DeviantArt

Colossal Squid

Colossal Squid

Paper-or-Canvas-A2-A3-Vintage-Travel-Poster-New-Zealand-Squid-Fishing

Paper or Canvas A2 A3 Vintage Travel Poster New Zealand Squid Fishing

Frontiers of Zoology: Kraken or Colossal Octopus=Colossal Squid

Frontiers of Zoology: Kraken or Colossal Octopus=Colossal Squid

Famous Rivalries Sperm Whale vs Giant Squid

I'm pulling for the squid.he seems like a real bad ass and the whale's just a jerk with jizz on its head.

Scientists in New Zealand Examine the Second-Ever Intact Colossal Squid Specimen Live on YouTube

Scientists in New Zealand Examine the Second-Ever Intact Colossal Squid Specimen Live on YouTube

Science Live: Colossal Squid - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, NZ

Colossal Squid | Wierd N'wild Creatures Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

Colossal Squid

Colossal Squid | Wierd N'wild Creatures Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

Colossal Squid, world's largest squid! These  frightening predators car reach a maximum length of 12 to 14 meters!   #scary

Researchers hooked this adult male colossal squid in the Ross Sea near "Antarctica in The gigantic sea creature is about 33 feet long and weighed in at just under pounds. Are there larger ones out there?

Colossal-Squid Not to be confused with the better known, but smaller Giant Squid, the Colossal Squid is the largest invertebrate known to science; it also has the largest eyes in the animal kingdom. Each one of the Colossal squid’s eyes can be up to 30 cms across, being bigger than a dinner plate and having a lense the size of an orange. These huge eyes allow the squid to see in dim light conditions, very useful for an animal that spends most of its time hunting at 2000 meters below the…

A giant squid attacks Nautilus XIII (viewed through a porthole underwater) in the Leagues Under the Sea ride.

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