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Is there such thing as a vampire squid

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A vampire squid is not a fish. Squid are not fish.


the vampire squid is an invertebrate


There is no such thing of as a vampire squid



The vampire squid, generally found around the south carribean areas and along the coast of peru, obtain oxygen through the suction cups on their tenticles.


She gets impregnated by a handsome male vampire squid.


Cephalopod. Although I do not know why the vampire squid is from this category


No. Squid are invertebrates.


Vampire squid are found in temperate and tropical waters throughout the world, in the deeper parts of the ocean.


For a long time, scientists were not sure what a vampire squid ate. Now they know that unlike most squids that are predators, the vampire squid is a detritivore. It eats the leftovers on the bottom of the ocean.


A vampire squid look like a regular squid but it is black with a mouth that is flurry it opens wide.


type in facts about vampire squid in google . . . that's how i got my info :)


Vampire squids are small, deep-sea cephalopods. They are found in tropical oceans all over the world. They prefer a warm, temperate climate.


The Vampire Squid has a very big penis, it can grow a penis with length of 500m



the vampire squid can be found in either temperate waters or the tropical waters in a zone called oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) which is 1800 to 3500 meters below sea level.


Ur stupid. There is no such thing as a vampire squid. I had sex with ur mother


If you are talking about the vampire bat or the vampire squid: of course.


vampire squid eat crustaceans


It's a squid.... hence the name...


It is a small, deep-sea cephalopod


Vampire Squid live in the Abyssal Zone, also known as the Midnight Zone.


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No it is a carnivorous.


The vampire squid is not a true squid and their scientific name is Vampyroteuthis infernalis. They are not endangered and are not on the threatened species list.



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