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This contest is fueled by the following news: Thursday, New Zealand Fisheries caught the giant squid that weights almost a ton
and is believed to be the largest squid ever found.
It took over two hours to lift the squid on board, and it's so big
that the calmari rings from it could be the size of tractor tires.
The giant squid was caught in Antarctic sea, weighs over 900 pounds and
measures about 40 feel long. These are so far the rough estimates by
the fisheries who caught the giant. Precise measurements will be taken
later by the scientists after the giant specimen is transported for
Colossal squid is one of the deepest secrets of the ocean. While they
are believed to grow up to a massive size of 50 feet, scientists
rarely have a chance to observe them or take their photos, because the
giant squids are rare and inhabit deep sea levels.
Scientists say that the catch of "Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni" -
scientific name of the caught giant squid specimen - is an important spet in
studies of the species draws high interest from scientific and general
Colossal squid lives active life style catching their prey
fish and can also be found at very deep underwater levels.
The squid will be frozen and sent to the national museum of New
Zealand where it will be used for scientific research.
One thing is for sure - marine scientists will literally have a lot to
study in the coming months to better understand the underwater animal
life through the giant squid by hands on research experience.