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Giant squid washes up on New Zealand beach

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Buzz_Light_Year

Odd as it doesn't seem to be scavenged. Must of died relatively close to shore.

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Still Waters

It's sad for the squid but a great find for the brothers.

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Myles

Very cool.  

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Jon the frog

Some beast lurking deep !

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seanjo

Eke out an existence? Something, that evolved and grew to be that big had a plentiful food source.

 

Great find, will it be investigated and/or preserved?

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TripGun

bon appetit

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Why not

It would sell at top dollar at the local bait shop I'd imagine.

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freetoroam

In England it could sell for 500 squid at least.

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kapow53

Does big squid fry up good?

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Astra.
On 27/08/2018 at 9:00 PM, Buzz_Light_Year said:

Odd as it doesn't seem to be scavenged. Must of died relatively close to shore.

Maybe the poor thing just died of old age.

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John Allanson

The bigger they get the more urea accumulates on the flesh. So no not so good calamari.

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