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Giant squid 'taking over world'

Posted on Tuesday, 2 November, 2004 | Comment icon 6 comments

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"Giant squid are taking over the world, well at least the oceans, and they are getting bigger."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Boo_ Boi on 3 November, 2004, 3:15
When will this happen??? also the world of man is over the time of the squid has come........
Comment icon #2 Posted by ROGER on 3 November, 2004, 3:48
If that big suker learns to breath air, and starts crawling done the street, I dont care! I'AM GETTING A BIGGER GUN!
Comment icon #3 Posted by tigger on 3 November, 2004, 4:11
nah man, just fire up the barbie..... squid rings anyone???
Comment icon #4 Posted by ROGER on 3 November, 2004, 4:18
G-d , you Aussies will eat anything with bbq sauce!
Comment icon #5 Posted by chico del nacho on 3 November, 2004, 17:59
no, not bbq sauce. tzatziki sauce. woot for the greeks.
Comment icon #6 Posted by BurnSide on 4 November, 2004, 0:02
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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