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giant deep water squid can be over 20 meter long
up to 65 feet and 1 ton (2000 feet)
depends how old they are
Record breaker: Largest recorded giant squid was 18 meters long (59.5 feet). Its mantle was 5 meters (16.4 feet). It weighed 1 metric ton.
because they are cool like that. THATS A FACT
20 meters long and 197 meters wide, its just extremely pleasant to know the exact data of a giant squid one of the most well seen land dwelling animals. Scientists have discov…ered that the giant squid used to fly. They have found there fossils on clouds in the sky. They used to prey on on unicorns and dragons used to be their only predator. They are in the water now because the last ever flying giant squid got shot by a lazer canon and fell into the water. They have remained there ever since.
Record breaker: Largest recorded giant squid was 18 meters long (59.5 feet). Its mantle was 5 meters (16.4 feet). It weighed 1 metric ton. The average size of the giant s…quid is 6 to 13 meters (19.7 to 42.7 feet) That is total length. The mantle would be about 1 to 2.5 meters (3.2 to 8 feet). The average weight is estimated to be 50 to 300 kg (110 to 661 pounds) http://www.whaletimes.org/squid.htm
about 80 feet or 1,00o milliliters
squids can get to 200 feet long. and there mouths are 10 feet long. baby squids are 10 inches long. baby squid mouths are maybe up to 2 in a half inches long.
the biggest type of squid is a colossal squid, nobody knows how big they can get but scientist believe they are around twenty meters long.
16 to 20 feet
Because they need to be able to see when they dive to tremendous depths where it is almost pitchblack.
It maters how big the giant squid is
'Big' relates to size, 'much' would relate to weight. Also there are lots of different species of squid of different sizes. You question is badly worded, poorly expressed and …to vague to answer.
They have large eyes to detect light, even bio luminescent light from other deep sea creatures. They also need that advantage to keep a look out for sperm whales who dive t…o the abyssal pelagic zone, about 5,500m down to hunt them for food.