I have to concur with D, whales and (giant/colossal) squid are not evenly matched: giant and collosal squid are eaten by sperm whales, the damage done in retaliation is only skin deep.Izzy;109332 said:Now to the hypothetical: the shark and the squid meet where they both have all of their strengths. I personally would give the upper hand to the squid based on the fact that the squid can do battle with sperm whales, and they are fairly evenly matched. The great white is definitely not as big as the sperm whale, though it is probably just as good if not more ferocious a predator. I would tend to think that if the squid managed to hook the great white anywhere, that shark would be a gonner, because once the squid has a good grip, it won't let go, and it would take more than one bite by the shark to get the squid, unless it was a perfectly positioned bite, and that would be very very rare.
Depends. How large is Mr. Splashy Pants? 'Cos Mr. Grumpy Pants has some serious reach.bigGdelta;109360 said:but more importantly who would win in a fight between mr splashy pants and mr grumpy pants?
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