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squid and global warming

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Interesting article, but if the jumbo squid start moving around, then the sperm whales that dine on them might not know wher to find them, and the local prey population might explode, while the squids move to another place, the prey population might decrease becuase of the increased number of predators. And what about the fishermen that catchs the squid and the overall density and habitat of the entire population. These changes are very worrying.
 

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