“The old maps often showed serpents at the edge, with the warning ‘here be monsters.’ However, the ‘monsters’ are here, in our own backyard.”
The massive cephalopod tried to steal their catch.
Each of the creature's eyes is 3.15 inches wide, reports ABC. The aquarium has the animal on display in a windowed freezer
Other animals whose lengths were exaggerated include the Australian trumpet snail, which was thought to grow to about 36
It’s just one of two colossal squids being held at the country’s national museum, Te Papa. It weighs 770 pounds and each arm is more than 3 feet long!
Humans have been looking for the giant squid ever since we first started taking pictures underwater. But the elusive deep-sea predator could never be caught on film -- until now.
We live on an ocean planet and the U.S. is an ocean nation. Our country includes more land underwater than above. It might behoove us to remember those facts as we set our country's spending priorities going forward.
The giant squid, a legendary sea creature rarely caught by humans, was netted by Shigenori Goto off Japan's Sadogashima Island
Monsters popped up all over the place in 2013. They came out of oceans, lakes and forests around the world. And they didn't
Like other giant squid, the one that washed ashore in Cantabria on Oct. 1, 2013, sported enormous eyes. Release the Kraken
One of the most elusive creatures on the planet was at the center of "Monster Squid: The Giant Is Real." After years of searching
From an incredible look at a giant squid to the International Space Station, I counted down the top five science stories
The new breed of cat known as "The Elf Cat" could possibly be the ugliest cat ever or a Dobby from Harry Potter imposter. Also the legendary giant squid has been captured on film and it's SCARIEST CREATURE ON THE PLANET!
Discovery Channel’s MONSTER SQUID: THE GIANT IS REAL premieres on January 27, 2013 at 8PM ET/PT as the season finale of CURIOSITY.
"It was shining and so beautiful," museum researcher Tsunemi Kubodera told AFP. "I was so thrilled when I saw it first hand
Giant Squid Filmed For Japanese TV
“They’re sort of one of those mythical things,” McGlashan told Sydney's ABC. “You hear those stories about ancient mariners
http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2012/03/scienceshot-giant-eyes-but-why.html?rss=1 The modeling showed that basketball