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Banded Piglet Squid was created in 1907.
The piglet squid lives in the epipelagic zone (sunlight zone) until they are fully matured when they descend in to the mesopelagic zone (twilight zone).
The banded piglet squid is a small squid, with the piglet part of its name referring to its appearance. It appears to have a smiley face, caused by a certain alignment of skin pigments on its face. This squid looks very round and plump. It has hairlike tentacles on top of it. A syphon extends from the banded piglet squid, resembling a nose. The squid overall is about the size of an avocado. It has eight arms in addition to the tentacles. The banded piglet squid has a tendency to fill up with water. This also indicates why it is labelled a "piglet squid."
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because it prefers deep water and is harder to get to, scientists have not found out what it eats
Squid do not live in a desert. They are an ocean species.
A squid lives in the oceans.
squid do live oil in the ocean
Ask the squid
Yes, squid live in the ocean. They live very deep under the water.
Giant squid can live to about 5 years.
Antarctica is a continent. Squid are marine animals. This means that squid live in the Southern Ocean that surrounds the Antarctic continent.
in the ocean
No. Squid generally live in warmer water, but there are some squid species that live in the Southern Oceans. Antarctica is a continent, and squid prefer life in the water.
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A giant squid can live thousands of feet under water. The squid often stay in the deepest bodies of water they can find.
In a tree the same as Winnie the Pooh.
in a house full of flies and smells like eggs
no! squid live in the ocean wile arctic char live in freshwater places
Squid can be found in all levels of the ocean.