Close-up of the giant cuttlefish – Squid Part 2|| Squid monster in the sea

In addition, unlike other squid species, Colossal squid’s suckers are also equipped with sharp hook blades. This feature makes the colossal squid even more dangerous and “powerful” in the deep sea.

To have a better look at this squid, you can watch more videos below.

2. Giant squid

One of the most talked about legendary sea monsters is the Kraken – a sea monster that is said to have a giant squid-like shape (some people describe Kraken as an octopus).

Kraken has been the subject of many stories of coastal people since the 1180s. Accordingly, this “squid” is up to 2,500m long and can create terrifying giant whirlpools, engulfing boats in a way. easy.

Scientists have been trying to find a solution to prove the Kraken is real and so far there is only one species of squid that most closely resembles it, the giant squid.

Giant squid of the genus Architeuthis is the second largest mollusk in the animal kingdom and one of the largest invertebrates. 

Some argue that the rumors about the sea monster, especially the story about the Kraken, are all about this animal.

3. Bigfin “long-sleeve” squid

Not possessing an impressive size like the two species of squid mentioned above, but with seemingly endless “arms”, Bigfin squid also deserves to put its name on the list of sea monsters. weirdness of the ocean.

In fact, the Bigfin squid is considered a rather mysterious species because of its rarity, so scientists do not have much information about this unique invertebrate.

They appear randomly through videotapes of some deep-sea explorations, with a distinct appearance compared to other squid species due to possessing “filaments” of tentacles that are many times thinner and longer. body times.


Specifically, these tentacles are estimated to be up to 15-20 times the length of the body. Scientists predict the total length of this squid could be up to 8m or more.

Some reports also record that this “water monster” squid is found at depths below 2,000m below sea level. However, no intact specimens have been recorded. 


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