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The colossal squid lives in the ocean biome. These squid can be found in the deep ocean, but may also come in closer to shore.

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Colossal Squids live about 1000 km down in the abyss. They have a predator which is the Sperm whale, which eats it.


There is the colossal squid - it's even bigger than the giant squid!


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