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Rockwell said it best when he sang “I always feel like someone is watching me.”
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and placed in an eery image of the remotely operated vehicle, Deep Discoverer, which is being guarded by a giant squid in a specified part of the pacific ocean.
“[C]heck out this one in the shade of deep-sea squids, is seen creeping above the remotely operated vehicle Deep Discoverer (D2) as a vehicle to explore the face of a scarp feature at the Windows to the Deep-2019,” NOAA wrote in a Facebook post. “Ever get the feeling that you’re being watched?!”
(Credit: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
MYSTERIOUS ‘BLOB’ IS THE ORGANISM THAT HAS NO BRAIN, BUT THE 720’S GENERATIONS ARE REVEALED IN THE PARIS ZOO
In spite of the fact that the giant squid is still largely unclear, for the man, this isn’t the first time NOAA has been spotted with a giant squid on one of the Okeanos mission.
In June, the NOAA, and saw a giant squid in the Gulf of Mexico, as a part of the rare images in which biologists describe as “the most amazing video you’ve ever seen.” The giant cephalopod was seen, at about 100 km to the south-east of New Orleans, La.
The largest giant squid ever recorded was almost 43 feet long and probably weighed close to 2,000 pounds, depending on which of the Smithsonian.
A HUMAN-SIZE BLOB FLOATS BY THE USERS. AND IT IS FILLED WITH HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF BABY SQUID.
Quite elusive, the giant squid has been associated with myth since ancient times. The Charlotte Observer, citing data from The National Museum of Natural History, the ancient mariners mistakenly believed giant squids were mermaids, and other mythical creatures.
“For a long time, people saw mysterious movements in the water, or of death, found the giant squid and didn’t know what they were, and even be mistaken for a giant squid skeleton of a merman or a mermaid,” the museum said on its website.
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Fox News’ Nicole, Darrah, contributed to this story.