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Watch: Dramatic Footage Shows Possible Squid Cannibalism


While deploying research equipment off the southwest coast of Tasmania, scientists were treated to a rarely seen display of aggressive squid behavior. Video footage shows the moment a squid, likely attracted to the light of the ship, enters the view of the scientists' camera.

Moments later, a second squid quickly swims into view, dragging the first squid away in a seeming display of aggression.

Roughly 70 species of squid can be found in the Southern Ocean, making the exact type difficult to identify. Hannah Rosen is a PhD candidate from Stanford University's Gilly Lab at the Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove, California. Based on the brief footage, she says the squid is likely either or a commonly found squid known only.

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