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Wednesday, September 28, 2005
This wee beastie would be enough to feed a small army... or my kids...
The team led by Tsunemi Kubodera, from the National Science Museum in Tokyo, tracked the 26-foot long Architeuthis as it attacked prey nearly 3,000 feet deep off the coast of Japan's Bonin islands.Um... how do you prepare giant squid? And... wouldn't it be tough? Or maybe a bit gamey?
"We believe this is the first time a grown giant squid has been captured on camera in its natural habitat,'' said Kyoichi Mori, a marine researcher who co-authored a piece in Wednesday's issue of the Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.