What are giant squids related to?
Where do giant squids live? This has been a long standing question of scientists and the general public alike, but the natural habitat of giant squids, scientifically referred to as Architeuthis dux, is believed to be mostly found in oceanic depths that reach 660 to 2300 feet or 200 to 700 meters deep. Scientists also believe that giant squids live mainly in water regions where sperm whales are found, and giant squid specimens found washed…
Squids are marine animals, and since they travel together like fish, they are probably called a "school" when they are together, as in, "a school of squids." It's interesting that so many different names are used for groups of different wildlife. For more information, please see the related links, below.