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What’s a SQUID? – A guide to the squids

A SQUID is a type of squid found in the oceans of the Indo-Pacific.

The creature, sometimes called the “marshmallow squid” due to its appearance, is a large, white, fleshy fish with a flattened body.

Its body is made of a gelatinous jelly-like substance and is the most common type of squid in the world.

They have a range of functions including collecting and storing food.

Some species of the squid are used to filter nutrients from the water, while others help to clean and fertilise the water surface.

But the main purpose of the squid is not to live in the ocean but rather to live among us.

Squids can live in a range the length of a football field, according to the University of Tasmania.

They are also a source of food for a wide range of animals, including the common sea anemone and a variety of fish.

The squid’s life cycle involves feeding on plankton and other microscopic organisms that live on the bottom of the ocean.

They feed on the plankton to build up a gel, which they then release back into the water to feed on other animals.

These organisms then eat the gel and feed on more plankton until they are able to release the excess water back into their bodies.

As the squiddies body becomes more compact, the jelly begins to separate from its body and the gelatin starts to break down.

The gelatin becomes watery and the squidding creatures expel this water back out into the ocean where it is used by the rest of the marine ecosystem.

They then return to their watery habitats.

The squids digestive systems are able as the water begins to dissolve the gelatin in their digestive system, the gelatin is released into the environment, and the organisms then expel the water back to their bodies as food.

The life cycle of a squid can be described as an endless cycle, in which they feed on planktons and other creatures, but the jelly is released back into water and fed on.

It is important to understand that the squid has no muscles, no legs, no eyes, no arms, no tentacles, and no arms and legs.

The only thing that can be seen on the squid’s body is a roundish mass, or “cavity”, which can be up to five metres long.

The tentacles on the back of the creature are capable of gripping prey.

The largest squid in the known world is the “gillnet squid”, which measures approximately 12 metres long and has a mass of about 1.3 tonnes.

Squid in the Indo Pacific can be found in large groups of up to 200, and are commonly found on the high seas and in the depths of the oceans.

They can live up to 70 years and can reach an average length of about 80 metres long (200 metres).

Squid are not only common in the Indian Ocean, but they are found in most of the world’s oceans and are found throughout the world from Australia to New Zealand.