Sperm whale giant squid is bigger than
By SciTechDaily March 19, The only benefit of such huge eyes in the murky depths of the oceans is to spot enormous shapes, such as the ones of sperm whales. The findings were published in the journal Current Biology and they could explain the equally large eyes of the ichthyosaurs, which could have helped it evade the even larger pliosaurs. Colossal Squid vs.
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The world's biggest squid species have developed huge eyes to give early warning of approaching sperm whales. Colossal and giant squid both have eyes that can measure 27cm 11in across - much bigger than any fish. Scientists found that huge eyes offer no advantages in the murky ocean depths other than making it easier to spot enormous shapes - such as sperm whales. Writing in Current Biology journal , they say this could explain the equally huge eyes of fossil ichthyosaurs.
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The giant squid Architeuthis dux is a species of deep-ocean dwelling squid in the family Architeuthidae. The number of different giant squid species has been debated, but recent genetic research suggests that only one species exists. The first images of the animal in its natural habitat were taken in by a Japanese team.
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