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Tiago Ramalho Souza 3m
Comendo lula na chapa estilo coreano!!!! Aprovado. . Eating Korean style BBQ squid. I loved it!!!!!!
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Ross Hutchings Jul 19
squid 🦑 beaching themselves in Spaniards Bay. Some returned back to deeper water only to be scooped up by Sea Gulls.
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Katiekat123 17h
One of the things I'm definately going to miss most is squid parties. Always made me happy to be in one.
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Lee Stewart Jul 20
Can’t wait to go face and eyes into a rack of ribs
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Bunni 14h
Looks like I'm not getting my other account back :') time to start fresh here again. F
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Diana Li, Ph.D. May 27
print! 🖌️🎨 1. Find deceased squid 2. Pat dry and paint
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Keishu Asada Jun 12
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BBC Radio1 Music Bot 10h
Now Playing Squid - The Cleaner
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Mexican64 Jul 9
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Simon Frost 🥶❄️⛄️ Jul 20
Replying to @ozsultan @SebGorka
goals...
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Marie ☘️ Jul 4
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Eman Jul 17
Will start posting here, I’ve been neglecting Twitter... oops
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PIXELTERIYAKI Jun 17
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Yuno Gasai🐞 Jul 7
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Ocean Networks 🇨🇦 Jun 25
Humboldt squid swim ~24 km/h propelled by water ejected through a hyponome (siphon) & 2 triangular fins. Their tentacles have >100 suckers lined with razor-sharp teeth used to grasp prey into its large sharp beak. Seen at Barkley Slope, 400 m
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Keishu Asada Jun 25
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St.Thomas Adventures Jun 21
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Ocean Networks 🇨🇦 Jun 19
Every features three hearts & move through the water tail first instead of head first. Squid have gills just like fish & are often mistaken for . Some larger squid species can weigh more than 1,000 lbs!
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Nils Piechaud Jun 21
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Hans Solo Jul 20
Adorable 'piglet ' is spotted 1,000 miles south of by scientists on a deep sea expedition 4,500 feet below sea level
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