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any depth of the ocean between 200m and 700m

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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.


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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.


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Giant squid live in all of the oceans of the world. They are not known to frequent tropical and polar areas. They span a wide range of depths as well.


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


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no. its a giant squid!


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