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Just How Big Are The Eyes Of A Giant Squid?

This giant squid (1000 lb) was caught about 10 miles off the shores of Oahu, Hawaii in 1981. The pupil of its eye measured more than 3.5" across.

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Octopus Picture – Underwater Photo - National Geographic Photo of the Day

Octopus, Italy

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Perched on the jaws of death: Moment a seal dodges great white shark...

False Bay, South Africa

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What Is Your Life Motto?

Rainbow -female- mate none, crush none, kind, snapy, funny, wishes to be a leader or deputy, loves other friends, loyal, strong, Played by: Nightcore -battler-

from The Telegraph

Environment

Vittoria Amati photographs the marine life around the coral reefs of Sulawesi, Indonesia

The Giant Squid is the heaviest invertebrate in the world - beaten in length only by the recently-discovered Colossal Squid. It is also - probably - the smartest, and has the largest eyes of any species. Yet it is also one of the most elusive of all species. Only recently has it been caught on camera, and very little is known about the squid's life.