What is the physiology of squids?

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What do squid do?

Answer . Squid move by stretching their tentacles out. They have a flap of skin that spreads out as they do this. Then they pull their legs together sharply and the flaps of

What is a squid?

A squid is a member of the cephalopod family. It is closely related to octopus and cuttlefish. They are one of the most advanced members of the group of animals that contain

What is physiology?

All the functions of a living organism or any of its parts. The original meaning of the Greek word Physiology is study of nature. Over the course of time it came to be identif

What are physiological functions and physiological systems?

Physiological functions listed in "History taking and Clinical Examination" by Dr. D.D. Vora, MESH publishing house, Mumbai [Bombay] INDIA, 1992:. appetite, bowel movements,

What is physiological?

The term 'physiological' refers to the way that the body works. Thestudy of physiology goes hand in hand with the study of animal orhuman anatomy.

What does a squid do?

spitting water, air and its main predator is the beluga whale it uses its sensors to sting the squid.

Who eats squid and what do squids eat?

It depends on the species of squid. Squid are carnivores, and can eat anything from small fish up to large marine mammals if they can (giant squid). They also have a variety o

How can you tell if a squid is a giant squid?

you might be able to tell because the GIANT squid is supposed to be larger Giant Squid are actually GIANT.... Therefore if you see a squid & dont say "OMGG that thing is HUG