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Giant squid grabs London audience

Posted on Thursday, 2 March, 2006 | Comment icon 6 comments


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"One of the biggest and most complete giant squids ever found is on display at London's Natural History Museum."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Glacies on 2 March, 2006, 14:30
That is impressive. i would be wowed by such a beast as well. though i'm still more impressed by the living squid pictures...not saying dead giant squid aren't cool, just saying theyre not as cool.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Prophecy Guru on 2 March, 2006, 16:42
though i'm still more impressed by the living squid pictures... Where did you ever see pictures of living Giant Squids? Last I had checked, Giant Squids had never once been seen (and proven [pictures, video etc.]) alive in their natural environment? Maybe I am wrong, however, If I am please do provide pictures; I would love to see some of a living Giant Squid!
Comment icon #3 Posted by frogfish on 2 March, 2006, 17:21
Where did you ever see pictures of living Giant Squids? Last I had checked, Giant Squids had never once been seen (and proven [pictures, video etc.]) alive in their natural environment? Maybe I am wrong, however, If I am please do provide pictures; I would love to see some of a living Giant Squid! Whoa, catch up with the news man... A live giant squid was photographed by Japanese Scientists with a camera trap....the article is around here somewhere.....*scratches head*
Comment icon #4 Posted by T-Nemesis on 2 March, 2006, 17:25
Where did you ever see pictures of living Giant Squids? Last I had checked, Giant Squids had never once been seen (and proven [pictures, video etc.]) alive in their natural environment? Maybe I am wrong, however, If I am please do provide pictures; I would love to see some of a living Giant Squid! A team of Japanese researchers took some video footage a few months ago, yu can probably find it easily with google. I may go to see this, it's only about 20min from where I live; but whenever they have things like this on display it takes a few hours to queue up and you only get a few minutes.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Prophecy Guru on 2 March, 2006, 17:51
Whoa, catch up with the news man... A live giant squid was photographed by Japanese Scientists with a camera trap....the article is around here somewhere.....*scratches head* WOW! How in the world did I miss that news!?
Comment icon #6 Posted by BurnSide on 2 March, 2006, 18:04
haha i don't know Guru, it was massive news everywhere on the news and everything. Go check it out. I would love to see this, i'm always wowed by the complete specimens and although this lady isn't a particularly massive one, i'm sure she'll bring quite alot of attention. Unfortunately it wont last very long.


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