A giant squid has 8 arms,but 2 tentacles as well.
The life span of a giant squid is 4 to 5 years.
the squid usually has three hearts
It has 3
Squid do not have babies, they lay eggs attached to seaweed. They may lay up to 70,000 eggs!
two look there big
There are many species of the Giant Squid, but they all fall under the genus Archeteuthis. The most known species is probably Archeteuthis dux.
they have babies by eating too many stuff like sharks or a lot of squid.
there are exactly seven hundred and eighty six suckers on a giant squid
On one tentacle of a squid, there are approximately 650 suckers per tentacle.
Squid are favorite prey to many fish species, as well as to many whales. The giant squid are hunted by sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus). Last, but not least, squid are also eaten by man.
No, no one has ever 'caught' a giant squid. People, many people actually have caught VIDEOS and PICTURES of the giant squid, multiple times. While the videos and pictures were caught in the natural habitat no one has sucessfully caught one :) Hope this helps!
Giant squids don't have feet. :P Although it is very likely that that there are bigger squids, the largest squid recorded to date was over 42 feet long [link attached below].
A Kraken is a giant squid so eight arms and two tentacles.
2 or more
I believe you are referring to a Kraken. This was a mythical animal that has often been portrayed as a giant squid or squid-like animal in movies. The giant squid is a real animal that may be as long as 50 feet if you include tentacle length. The mythological kraken is usually described or portrayed many times larger. Although the kraken is mythical, the legend may have arisen through sightings of giant squid by early seafarers.
Tecniclly yes, but they live all over the Atlantic Ocean.
Two i watched animal planet and it stated that fact
The Dumbo Octopus,Giant Squid,Sperm Whale,Oarfish,Vampire Squid,Coelacanth,Gulper Eel,Giant Isopod,and many many more species have been found in the great depths.