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by jojo ocampo - Wednesday, 11 August 2010, 05:15 PM
I watched this film when a guy named Brady Barr from National Geographic, tries to put on a camera on a carnivorous squid, and it escapes only to have one attacking again...

The squid was hugs and I mean, as big as a dog-? Do we have squids like that in the Philippines? Are those huge squids edible? I mean, I normally see the smaller ones...

And I thought they squirt ink, but apparently, on what I saw, those squids squirted water and water alone, or was that just what it seemed by the camera???

Just curious... anyway, there are lots of other films there that aren't in the Philippines and some that are, but can still make one think that all jobs have risks, although some may be greater than the other...
Re: Squid
by Marjorie M. Arriola - Monday, 16 August 2010, 04:13 PM

Usually giant squid thrive in temperate countries.It occurs in all of the world's oceans.It is normally found near continental and island slope such as:

1.the North Atlantic Ocean (Newfoundland,Norway, the northern British Isles,
and the oceanic islands of the Azores and Madeira);
2.South Atlantic (Southern Africa),
3.North Pacific (Japan);and
4.Southwestern Pacific (New Zealand and Australia.)

Click on the links for some Images of the Giant Squid:
Giant Squid
Images of giant squid at google

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Re: Squid
by John Faust - Tuesday, 15 March 2011, 04:44 PM
Do you mean the giant squids attack human?
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