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A giant squid has been caught on camera in US waters for the first time ever, researchers were looking for the creatures that live in the “midnight zone” of the ocean.
The squid was found on a 2,500 ft below the surface in total darkness, and it can be seen, attacks, a probe that will be used to draw any entities in the in the direction of the camera.
The scientists, who are part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Journey to Midnight on the project, with the help of a special camera system called the Medusa.
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This technology involves the use of a red light, which is undetectable by the sea creatures, but in the pitch-black ocean, to be lit enough for the researchers to be able to spot elusive wildlife, and learn new ones.
Of the Medusa-the probe has to be a fake and cheap, and the distance between the luminescent mechanisms of jellyfish, and warned of the creatures like the giant squid, which is a meal that can be made in the area.
A rare shot, as it excited the researchers, however, they had to rush back to the coast, a squid expert who was able to confirm to you that they are on the lookout for a giant squid.
As you fight your way through a bolt of lightning and the storm, and zoologist Michael Vecchione, was able to confirm from a distance was, indeed, a giant squid is about 10 to 12 feet in length.
Edith Widder, one of the leaders of the expedition, said: “It has eight arms to curl around and cut two tentacles. It also has the largest eyes of any animal that we know of, and it has a beak that can rip flesh.
“It’s a jet-propulsion system that can go forward or backward, blue blood and three hearts.
“It’s a wonderful, wonderful life, we know almost nothing about it.”
The making of the movie, a giant squid in the bay, it is very difficult, and it hasn’t been done since the first time that an octopus was caught on camera in its natural habitat in 2012.
This discovery was found deep in the sea, in the vicinity of Japan, and that involved some of the same scientists, with the help of the Medusa sensor.
This story was originally published in The Sun.