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Humboldt Squid Seem to Be Thriving--Thanks to Ocean Dead Zones - Scientific American

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Interesting article

climat change yes, and also overfishing of their predators or competitors.

In comparison of cetacean mammals and fish, ceph growth speed permit to conquier more space and faster.
 

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Agreed Damien. I read/saw somewhere that the shark fishery had caused a huge decline in sharks leading to a huge increase in the squid (I'm sure Scott Cassels was being interviewed at the time)
 

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