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Giant squid 'taking over world'

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news icon rGiant squid are taking over the world, well at least the oceans, and they are getting bigger. According to scientists, squid have overtaken humans in terms of total bio-mass.

That means they take up more space on the planet than us. The reason has been put down to overfishing of other species and climate change.

news icon View: Full Article | Source: news.com.au

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Boo_ Boi

When will this happen??? also the world of man is over the time of the squid has come........ laugh.gif

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ROGER

alien.gif If that big suker learns to breath air, and starts crawling done the street,

I dont care! I'AM GETTING A BIGGER GUN! crying.gif

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tigger

nah man, just fire up the barbie.....

squid rings anyone???

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ROGER
crying.gif G-d , you Aussies will eat anything with bbq sauce!

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chico del nacho

no, not bbq sauce. tzatziki sauce. woot for the greeks.

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BurnSide

I'd like to know where these 'scientists' got their information, as far as i can see it seems no more than a guesstimate. It is undertermined how many Giant Squid exist, hell we don't even know how many species there are or where they even live except 'in the water somewhere deep'.

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