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giant octopus live in the Pacific Ocean

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they live in the ocean so warner


Giant squid primarily live in deep ocean trenches.


Giant squid are found any place in the World Ocean where the temperature and other conditions are favorable.


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.


any depth of the ocean between 200m and 700m


under the sand at the bottom of the ocean, under rocks, in shipwrecks


Whales, herring, tuna, giant squid, and angler fish live in this deep ocean area.


squid do live oil in the ocean


Yes giant squid are known to fight sperm whales and drag them down into the ocean.


Tecniclly yes, but they live all over the Atlantic Ocean.


the abyssal zone, sometimes called the abyss or midnight zone.


Yes, squid live in the ocean. They live very deep under the water.


No, none have been captured alive, but there are photographs of live giant squid.


Giant squid can live to about 5 years.


A giant squid can live thousands of feet under water. The squid often stay in the deepest bodies of water they can find.


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.


well you see that in movies, but its not true. giant squids live too deep down in the ocean for them to catch you with their tentacle's.


Squid do not live in a desert. They are an ocean species.


Squid can be found in all levels of the ocean.


they are giantsquids live in water


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


Giant octopuses mainly live in the deep ocean floor, but there were some strange reports about them rising up to the ocean surface and attacking sailors centuries ago. Those sailors probably mistaken them as some giant squid.


sperm whale,tinier squid,and ocean floor crestations


In the mid-night zone (ocean bottom)-WWW.5th grade science project helps.com/giant squids THIS MAY HELP YOU



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