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That's right, a Japanese film crew has managed to film a giant squid in its natural habitat for the very first time, at a depth of 1/3-mile beneath the waves. The footage was captured by a 3-man submersible team that descended to a depth of 2,066 feet (630 metres) in the northern Pacific Ocean. Continue reading for a video and more information.

The 3-man crew spent approximately 400-hours in the submersible and carried out 100 missions in a project to film the giant squid, the world's largest invertebrate. The squid itself measured 10-feet long and vanished into the dark abyss once the crew dropped down to it down to 2972-feet beneath the surface.



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This entry was posted on 01/08/2013 00:00am and is filed under Animals, Science, World News .
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