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Desc:Would you go snorkeling with it? I wouldn't. Blue-haired guy won't either.
Category:Pets & Animals, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Squid, Japan, giant squid, better animals, pets of the Elder Gods
Submitted:kingarthur
Date:12/29/15
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Comment count is 18
yogarfield - 2015-12-29
Tipped the motherfuckin' scales, 5 stars for me!
chumbucket - 2015-12-29
Probing the shorelines for possible invasion routes.
Binro the Heretic - 2015-12-29
It's dying, like so many other deep-sea creatures that turn up in the shallows.

It's not going back to the sea. They'll observe it as long as it's alive, then they'll take it to a refrigerated room for dissection. It will end up in a series of jars.
yogarfield - 2015-12-29
You must be so fun at parties, what with your telling everyone how they're going to end up in a series of jars and all.

TeenerTot - 2015-12-29
Yes, it was dying. But because it was dying anyway, it was chosen by the high sqidborn for this pre-invasion reconnaissance mission.

gravelstudios - 2015-12-29
Now now, It's Japan. You know quite well that they're gonna eat it.

Nominal - 2015-12-29
Can I help?

How fucked does it mean our environment is when no one had seen a complete specimen in all of human history until just the last decade and now they're popping up dead and dying anywhere

Happy new year :(

SolRo - 2015-12-29
I believe giant squid are toxic because of all the ammonia in their flesh

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-12-29
It is quite disturbing, because it is an indication that the temperatures are affecting ocean currents around the world. Jellyfish are having a field day, though.

Also, I used to have dreams of this happening to me when I was a kid. Every time I saw the ocean up close (which was a rare treat) I would just try to bring the squid to me telepathically. I wanted to be the Squid Whisperer when I was 5.

Oscar Wildcat - 2015-12-29
Mothra couldn't be far behind all that calamari. Fukushima alarm clock!

gravelstudios - 2015-12-29
@ SolRo: That never stopped the Japanese from eating anything else.

Potter - 2015-12-29
Naw, we're seeing these squid because they are thriving! At least until they over run their dwindling food supplies and the population crashes.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/humboldt-squid-expan sion/

American Standard - 2015-12-30
Dying for sure, yeah. Wildlife Rescue 101: if a wild animal is letting you get close, it's either a helpless infant or something is already terribly wrong.

Spastic Avenger - 2015-12-31
'There's your Messiah!
After his transcendental awakening,
his body was subjected to
every test known to science.
And that's what was left of it.'

simon666 - 2015-12-29
Hey support. I keep getting connection reset errors on poetv. Might want to check your iptables.
snothouse - 2015-12-29
AH! CAN WE PICKLE IT?
fedex - 2015-12-29
pickled calamari? sure

yogarfield - 2015-12-30
heheh

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