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Divers Discover Enormous Squid Egg

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Dr. Vecchione best guess? A large red flying squid named Ommastrephes bartramii. These animal can grow to around 1.5 meters (~5 feet) in length. As their name suggests, red flying squid can fly, or rather glide, by jetting out of the water and flatting their tentacles and fins to make “wings”. They’ve also got arms packed with suckers complete with razor-sharp teeth.

Car-sized ball of squid eggs filmed off the coast of Turkey

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taniwha

Very interesting read thanks Anomlacaris. :tu:

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Still Waters

I 2nd!....amazing video :tu:

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Iron_Lotus

wow thats really cool

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pallidin

Dang. The wonders of Nature.

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Astral Hillbilly

I was amazed how much it looked like a scene from space.

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jarjarbinks

so he enter a spermatozoid ?

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lilnat89

wow how amazing

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Lenore Graves

That's pretty amazing! Another article suggested they were from a fying red squid

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Infernal Gnu

Damn, damn, damn, my hopes dashed AGAIN by these tantalizing story titles that turn out to have mundane explanations!! I was hoping it was a wormhole left by some aliens indicating that they have accepted us into their federation of planets and will now give us superpowers and turn the world into a paradise.

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quasar_kid

Thank you, this is great!

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Ashyne

When I read the title and saw the pic I was expecting something alien or belonging to a sea monster.

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xYlvax

so he enter a spermatozoid ?

More like an egg sac.

I wonder if it was colossal or giant squid.

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docyabut2

oh gee I remember in reading Raymond Moody`s experiment of the mirrors. Out of all the people that claimed to have contact with thier decease love ones, this one women saw three great spheres coming out of the ocean loading people in a cocoon stage into the spheres Always wondered if what she was seeing could be anything of the future.

https://en.wikipedia...i/Raymond_Moody

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HawkLord

Shoggoth.. :nw:

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MissJatti

just pop the bubble, already

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Mr Supertypo

oh gee I remember in reading Raymond Moody`s experiment of the mirrors. Out of all the people that claimed to have contact with thier decease love ones, this one women saw three great spheres coming out of the ocean loading people in a cocoon stage into the spheres Always wondered if what she was seeing could be anything of the future.

https://en.wikipedia...i/Raymond_Moody

transhumanism?

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BeastieRunner

That's pretty interesting. I didn't know squids laid their eggs like that!

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cindybee53

MissJatti said it for me! Indeed! Pop the bubble forgawdsake!

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Gwynbleidd

Woah! That was absolutely awesome, thanks so much for sharing! :tu:

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curiouse

Wow! What on Earth is it?

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