Spectacular Deep Sea Squid Footage

Stunning footage of deep-sea squids from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), where researchers use remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to observe and record deep-sea animal behaviors.

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There must be beautiful creatures like these in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Is anyone sending down remotely operated vehicles to see how they are faring?

They are so graceful.

Thank you, Zooillogix. Good stuff!

Where would you find Squid? How far underneath the water are they usually located? What do squids diets mostly consist of?

There must be beautiful creatures like these in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Is anyone sending down remotely operated vehicles to see how they are faring?

does she have a tramp stamp, or does she dream about getting one - perhaps a discrete tat depicting a suricate? Because if she likes small burrowing animals I can make her pain to go away