VIDEO CALAMAR GEANT JAPON LEAKED ON TWITTER AND REDDIT, A GIANT SQUID FILMED IN THE OPEN SEA
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VIDEO CALAMAR GEANT JAPON LEAKED ON TWITTER AND REDDIT, A GIANT SQUID FILMED IN THE OPEN SEA


VIDEO CALAMAR GEANT JAPON LEAKED ON TWITTER AND REDDIT, A GIANT SQUID FILMED IN THE OPEN SEAVIDEO CALAMAR GEANT JAPON LEAKED ON TWITTER AND REDDIT, A GIANT SQUID FILMED IN THE OPEN SEA

A giant squid filmed in the open sea

Yosuke Tanaka and his wife Miki are two Japanese divers who managed to capture a rare photo of a giant 2.5-meter squid cruising the west coast of the Japanese archipelago.

Two Japanese divers have recently managed to capture rare footage of a giant 2.5-metre squid cruising the west coast of the Japanese archipelago, describing the experience as “thrilling”.

Yosuke Tanaka and his wife Miki, diving instructors in Toyooka, Hyogo (western) Prefecture, got word from a fishing gear supplier that the giant squid had been spotted near the surface of a bay, so they Set off by boat to meet him near the rock for support. “There he is, a giant squid,” Yosuka Tanaka told AFP.

Yosuke Tanaka and his wife came across a giant 8-foot squid while diving off the west coast of Japan.

“It doesn’t have the quick movements of a lot of fish and marine life,” he added. “Its tentacles and fins were moving very slowly.” Divers observed that the squid looked weak and its skin seemed to be peeling off.

The animal’s size and huge eyes were so striking that Tanaka said he imagined seeing how powerful the squid would be to attack the whale. “I could see its tentacles moving. I thought it would be dangerous to be grabbed and carried away by this creature,” he added. Giant squid have been known to swim in waters off Japan and sometimes wash ashore, but they are rarely seen swimming in the ocean.

“So excited. I don’t think there is anything more rare than this sight,” added the diver. “I heard that very little is known about this creature. If it helps us learn more, I would be happy.”

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