[News]: Voracious 7-foot long jumbo squid invade California waters - KESQ

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Melissa,

Think he knows how to spell voracious?

"Maria, my mighty heart is breaking. I'll be in the humvee."

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Yeah, you know, I just changed the title of octobot's post to fix KESQ's spelling error. Octobot deserves better!
 

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[News]: Squid on the Move - seattlepi.com Microsoft blog

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[SIZE=-1]seattlepi.com Microsoft blog - 19 hours ago[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Giant squid have invaded the coast off California! Yikes! Beware! Don't worry too much though... there won't be Jaws-like attacks of giant squid on surfers. ...[/SIZE]


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[News]: Invasion of the jumbo squid - San Jose Mercury News

Invasion of the jumbo squid
[SIZE=-1]San Jose Mercury News, USA - Jul 24, 2007[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]By Paul Rogers This photograph of a Humboldt squid shows its feeding tentacles reaching out to capture a small fish. It sounds like something out of a ...[/SIZE]


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[News]: California Squid Invasion Threatening "Fish Stick" Species - National Geogra

California Squid Invasion Threatening "Fish Stick" Species
[SIZE=-1]National Geographic, DC - Jul 27, 2007[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]A species of 100-pound (45-kilogram) predatory squid previously confined to more tropical climates has taken up residence in coastal California waters, ...[/SIZE]


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[News]: Science Notebook - Washington Post

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[SIZE=-1]Washington Post, United States - 9 hours ago[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]They are the predatory Humboldt squid, known scientifically as Dosidicus gigas and colloquially as jumbo squid. Researchers who have tracked them say they ...[/SIZE]


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