Wednesday

Giant squid arrive along La Jolla Coast

Thousands of jumbo flying squid:
Experts explain: #
"They're huge - gaining close to 100 pounds in their one-year lifespan - so food is always on their mind.... They also have tooth rings on their tentacles that help latch onto their prey. The rings can easily grab you even if the squid is dead." read.

Image: Electron micrograph of suckers on tentacles of long finned squid
VIDEO: VIEW HERE.


Expert Explains the arrival of thousands of Squid...#
“It’s unlikely that the earthquake caused them to strand,” Hyde said. “The most likely cause of the stranding is the squid coming too close to the shore.” VIDEO: HERE.

"A squid has a big beak that looks like a parrot’s beak between the tentacles that is designed for cutting chunks out of things the squid wants to eat, he said. If you were to get your fingers in too close, it’s likely you’ll get a nasty bite."

I guess we can be grateful that our family beaches are not filled with this:
GIANT SQUID CAUGHT BY JAPANESE SCIENTISTS:
VIEW VIDEO: BIG SCREEN!

But even I know better than to do this:
Moral of the story: It's not nice to tease a Megalodon.
VIEW VIDEO: View Fool- HERE



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