Tuesday, 15 March 2016
Meet The Piglet Squid
, Helicocranchia pfefferi, is roughly the size of a small avocado, and is common in the deep waters of virtually all oceans, living at depths of around 100m/320ft.
Its common name comes from its habit of filling up with water and the unique location of its syphon, with a wild-looking tuft of eight arms and two tentacles.
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