Hi All!! I have a couple of squid questions and I would like the input of the "squid community" (aka y'all). First, any thoughts on why it took the Japanese a year to release the news of the giant squid sighting? Second, there has been a great race for the past 10 years to see architeuthis the giant squid alive and well in his natural habitat, but there has been little interest (by comparison) to see the collossal squid (whom I've nicknamed "megateuthis") alive in his natural habitat. If he's bigger and badder than the giant squid, wouldn't there be the same if not more interest in him? Oh, and I'll just add one last quick question here -- any thoughts on why life at the deepest recesses of the ocean are so much larger? Think architeuthis, the collosal squid, the six gill shark, etc. If light is pretty much nonexistant down there and the pressure can crush even a submersible, how is it these creatures grow to enormous size? One would think it would be the opposite -- they would amount to single celled organisms. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!