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The giant squid: a most elusive creature

Footage of this creature in its natural habitat is extremely rare. But for the first time in history, a giant squid has been filmed in North American waters. This is the story of the search for this legendary animal.

07/03/2019 6:18 AMupdated: 07/15/2019 7:48 PM
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  • Zvezdana D.
    3 days

    Isn't that a Humbolt's squid?

  • Norman S.
    5 days

    If this was big, think how big colossal squid gonna be.

  • Banessa M.
    6 days

    Oh wow

  • Jordan M.
    6 days

    Blake

  • Joel H.
    03/30/2020 18:45

    They are quite tasty lightly fried in a tempura

  • Gareth D.
    03/30/2020 02:54

    The colossal squid is the really scary bugger

  • Barrie B.
    03/29/2020 21:04

    Looks like some Japanese have found a new food source?

  • Yvonne N.
    03/29/2020 18:28

    🙏

  • Andrew W.
    03/28/2020 20:31

    Ally Marie What song is this?!

  • Paul C.
    03/27/2020 13:05

    ...... 🦑🦑🦑

  • Charlie C.
    03/26/2020 18:23

    yea scared of water now sick

  • Julie T.
    03/26/2020 13:37

    Fascinating

  • Douglas M.
    03/24/2020 21:28

    How big

  • Darren S.
    03/24/2020 03:46

    Just dont eat it and give us another world wide pandemic chief !! 😂🤣😂🤣

  • Brad H.
    03/23/2020 06:44

    Guud fwood fwor my fwellow citizens...eyes wiwll feed miwiion

  • Ray H.
    03/22/2020 20:28

    Found one barely alive washed up on a beach once. Called the oceanic science team to tell them I had that sick squid I owed them..... 😉

  • Phan S.
    03/22/2020 03:19

    Thank you the video

  • Brian O.
    03/21/2020 23:54

    Creapy bastards

  • Paul C.
    03/20/2020 22:27

    Leave them be you slant eyed cunts

  • Datsun D.
    03/20/2020 21:30

    I can happily say I was lucky enough to see one of these in the flesh when I was a kid, in cyprus a guy came across a dead one floating, jumped off his wind-board and wrestled it onto his board. The thing was huge, a good 10-11 feet including tentacles. Very lucky to have seen it it would seem :)