Giant Squid Caught on Tape for First Time


Discovery and NHK captured the legendary giant squid on film deep in the Pacific Ocean.  

“Remarkable stuff here captured for the first time ever on video the giant squid and it’s natural habitat. The mysterious creature can go to. Fifty feet long with eyes the size of dinner plates it took a Japanese film crew hundreds of tries — Of 3000 feet or more before these remarkable images could finally be captured.” –

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