This Day in History: Sep 30, 2004: The first images of a live giant squid in its natural habitat are taken 600 miles south of Tokyo.

This Day in History: Sep 30, 2004: The first images of a live giant squid in its natural habitat are taken 600 miles south of Tokyo.

A one ton, 26 ft. Giant Squid. It was caught in a Japanese fisherman's net and transported and preserved at The Smithsonian in Washington D.C.

A one ton, 26 ft. Giant Squid. It was caught in a Japanese fisherman's net and transported and preserved at The Smithsonian in Washington D.C.

[VIDEO] "The colossal squid, sometimes called the Antarctic or giant cranch squid, is believed to be the largest squid species in terms of mass. It is the only known member of the genus Mesonychoteuthis."

[VIDEO] "The colossal squid, sometimes called the Antarctic or giant cranch squid, is believed to be the largest squid species in terms of mass. It is the only known member of the genus Mesonychoteuthis."

http://www.remodelista.com/posts/accessories-marine-life-charts-from-scandinavian-fishing-year-book

http://www.remodelista.com/posts/accessories-marine-life-charts-from-scandinavian-fishing-year-book

Horseshoe Crab. Living fossils, thought to have first appeared about 450 milliion years ago, during the Ordovician period, (Limulus polyphemus) Atlantic Ocean

Horseshoe Crab. Living fossils, thought to have first appeared about 450 milliion years ago, during the Ordovician period, (Limulus polyphemus) Atlantic Ocean

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