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A giant squid can live thousands of feet under water. The squid often stay in the deepest bodies of water they can find.

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Not that deep, because they live in pools



During the day, giant squid live in the deep water. That is where they hunt deep sea fish and other squid. The live in temperate oceans, especially near continental and island slopes all over the world.


Giant squid primarily live in deep ocean trenches.


Giant squid eat deep sea fish and sometimes other squids.


Plankton ,Dragon fish ,the deep sea angler ,and the giant squid(octipus).


giant deep water squid can be over 20 meter long


Giant squids live in all oceans except the Arctic Ocean. Many scientist believe that giant squid like to live in cold water and could actually suffocate in warm water. They tend to live about 5,500 meters below the surface. They live in deep ocean trenches.


No, none have been captured alive, but there are photographs of live giant squid.


Giant squid can live to about 5 years.


well you see that in movies, but its not true. giant squids live too deep down in the ocean for them to catch you with their tentacle's.


A giant squid can live up to five years. Female giant squid die soon after releasing her eggs. Male squids can mate through out their lives.


Whales, herring, tuna, giant squid, and angler fish live in this deep ocean area.


giant octopus live in the pacific ocean


people have never come face to face with a live giant squid before. We have found dead ones and video taped one . They live so deep down we would die under the pressure so no.


they are giantsquids live in water


The life span of a giant squid is 4 to 5 years.


They live in deep trenches in the ocean.


Giant squid prefer to eat deep sea fish and other species of squid. Studies show that giant squid prefer orange ruffie and hokie.


Deep-sea fish and smaller squid and even sometimes sea turtles


100 thousand fathoms down. because it's the giant squid.


Giant Squids typically live in deep ocean. There has never been a major oil spill in the deep deep ocean. If there were one, if the oil spill was big enough, it would be expected that even the giant squid would die.


Yes, squid live in the ocean. They live very deep under the water.


A giant squid can dive about 5 miles down. Nobody really knows quite how far a squid can dive.


Yes, giant squid are marine creatures and do not live in fresh water, except in Harry Potter books.



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