Don’t Get Eaten By This GIANT SQUID!

Giant Squid
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The animal stayed in the harbor for a few hours people say that the only reason it came so close to the harbor was due to it being hungry and looking for food. A scary thought to a lot of people that work off that harbor. But the squid did no harm and one of the diver’s guided the giant squid back to the ocean. It’s likely a juvenile, as it was on the small side for the species, at about 12 feet long.

Experts told the network that it was rare to see giant squid , normally denizens of the deepest seas  swimming so close inland among boat moors. There was no immediately clear reason why this one had done so.