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Bigfin Reef Squid, Sepioteuthis lessoniana, Daedalus Reef, Red Sea, Egypt
857-94654 - Bigfin Reef Squid, Sepioteuthis lessoniana, Daedalus Reef, Red Sea, Egypt
Calamarata squid salad, Orestorante restaurant, Ponza island, Lazio, Italy
746-28993 - Calamarata squid salad, Orestorante restaurant, Ponza island, Lazio, Italy
Sepia ravioli in boletus mushroom consommé, Andrea Berton chef, Milan, Italy, Europe
746-65539 - Sepia ravioli in boletus mushroom consommé, Andrea Berton chef, Milan, Italy, Europe
Mixed fry, Il Veliero restaurant, Marettimo island, Egadi islands, Sicily, Italy
746-43819 - Mixed fry, Il Veliero restaurant, Marettimo island, Egadi islands, Sicily, Italy
Chinese squid trawler in Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands, South America
1184-649 - Chinese squid trawler in Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands, South America
Chinese squid trawler in Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands, South America
1184-658 - Chinese squid trawler in Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands, South America
Fried squid, Bangkok Food Market, Bangkok, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asia
809-6829 - Fried squid, Bangkok Food Market, Bangkok, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asia
Yellow-footed gulls (Larus livens) and Heermann's gulls (Larus heermanni) fight for a squid on Isla Ildefonso, Mexico, North America
1112-2925 - Yellow-footed gulls (Larus livens) and Heermann's gulls (Larus heermanni) fight for a squid on Isla Ildefonso, Mexico, North America
Food stalls at Donganmen night food market near Wangfuging Dajie, Beijing, China, Asia
794-4310 - Food stalls at Donganmen night food market near Wangfuging Dajie, Beijing, China, Asia
Bigfin reef Squid swimming under surface, Fiji
860-283788 - Bigfin reef Squid swimming under surface, Fiji
Longfin reefsquid at night, Fiji Islands
860-285233 - Longfin reefsquid at night, Fiji Islands
Longfin reefsquid with surface reflexion, Fiji Islands
860-285235 - Longfin reefsquid with surface reflexion, Fiji Islands
Bigfin reef Squids swimming under surface, Fiji
860-283785 - Bigfin reef Squids swimming under surface, Fiji
Portrait of Squid on sandy background -Rade de Brest France
860-284431 - Portrait of Squid on sandy background -Rade de Brest France
Bigfin reef Squids swimming in open water, Fiji
860-283786 - Bigfin reef Squids swimming in open water, Fiji
Bigfin reef Squid swimming under surface, Fiji
860-283789 - Bigfin reef Squid swimming under surface, Fiji
Bigfin reef Squid swimming under surface, Fiji
860-283790 - Bigfin reef Squid swimming under surface, Fiji
Longfin reefsquid at night, Fiji Islands
860-285234 - Longfin reefsquid at night, Fiji Islands
John Dory and spawning Squid, Mediterranean Spain
860-285576 - John Dory and spawning Squid, Mediterranean Spain
Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, hunting at night, Key Largo, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean
983-506 - Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, hunting at night, Key Largo, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean
Spain, Madrid, Display of fish on a stall in Mercado de Barcelo.
797-12632 - Spain, Madrid, Display of fish on a stall in Mercado de Barcelo.
Spain, Madrid, Display of fish on a stall in Mercado de Barcelo.
797-12633 - Spain, Madrid, Display of fish on a stall in Mercado de Barcelo.
Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
797-11736 - Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
797-11735 - Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
Sunday fish market, Marsaxlokk harbour, Malta, Europe
733-6543 - Sunday fish market, Marsaxlokk harbour, Malta, Europe
common octopus eye of common octopus close up view portrait Spain (Octopus vulgaris)
869-5338 - common octopus eye of common octopus close up view portrait Spain (Octopus vulgaris)
common octopus common octopus on the reef portrait Spain (Octopus vulgaris)
869-5337 - common octopus common octopus on the reef portrait Spain (Octopus vulgaris)
Night fishing on a squid, Japanese common squid or Japanese flying squid (Todarodes pacificus), Japan sea, Far East, Primorsky Krai, Russia
832-375053 - Night fishing on a squid, Japanese common squid or Japanese flying squid (Todarodes pacificus), Japan sea, Far East, Primorsky Krai, Russia
Vezo fisherman drying squid, Western Madagascar
1173-648 - Vezo fisherman drying squid, Western Madagascar
Vezo girl collecting squid in lagoon, Andavadoaka, Madagascar
1173-1556 - Vezo girl collecting squid in lagoon, Andavadoaka, Madagascar
Marine biologists dissecting giant squid, Architeuthis architeuthidae, Long Marine Lab, Monterey Bay, California
1173-3425 - Marine biologists dissecting giant squid, Architeuthis architeuthidae, Long Marine Lab, Monterey Bay, California
Cooked squid, Shilin Night Market, Taipei, Taiwan, Asia
816-6418 - Cooked squid, Shilin Night Market, Taipei, Taiwan, Asia
Fishing boats at the harbor of Naoussa, Paros, Cyclades Islands, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe.
817-463799 - Fishing boats at the harbor of Naoussa, Paros, Cyclades Islands, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe.
fresh squid in its ink, typical Majorcan dish, Bodega Can Barahona,, Can Manolo, Ses Salines, region Migjorn, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain.
817-451314 - fresh squid in its ink, typical Majorcan dish, Bodega Can Barahona,, Can Manolo, Ses Salines, region Migjorn, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain.
Closeup of suckers and teeth rings on the tentacles of Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas), Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
465-3255 - Closeup of suckers and teeth rings on the tentacles of Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas), Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas) underwater, Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
465-3253 - Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas) underwater, Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
Buccal cavity (mouth) and tentacles of Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas), Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
465-3254 - Buccal cavity (mouth) and tentacles of Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas), Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas) swimming at night, Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
465-3256 - Humboldt (Jumbo) squid (Dosidicus gigas) swimming at night, Gulf of California, Baja California, Mexico, North America
Freshly-caught squid, encornets frais,  on sale at food market at Sauveterre- de-Guyenne, Bordeaux, France
1161-7117 - Freshly-caught squid, encornets frais, on sale at food market at Sauveterre- de-Guyenne, Bordeaux, France
bigfin reef squid The male oval squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana can reach 14 inches in length Hawaii
869-4210 - bigfin reef squid The male oval squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana can reach 14 inches in length Hawaii
bigfin reef squid The male oval squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana can reach 14 inches in length Hawaii
869-4209 - bigfin reef squid The male oval squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana can reach 14 inches in length Hawaii
grass squid squid underwater Roatan Honduras Central America
869-2364 - grass squid squid underwater Roatan Honduras Central America
This floating egg mass is nearly three feet in length and is the product of a species of open ocean squid possibly Thysanoteuthis rhombus Hawaii USA
869-2362 - This floating egg mass is nearly three feet in length and is the product of a species of open ocean squid possibly Thysanoteuthis rhombus Hawaii USA
Oval squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana), Honolua Bay, West Maui, Hawaii, United States of America, Pacific
1112-934 - Oval squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana), Honolua Bay, West Maui, Hawaii, United States of America, Pacific
Fresh calamari (squid) in Split fish market, Split, Dalmatia, Croatia, Europe
1109-631 - Fresh calamari (squid) in Split fish market, Split, Dalmatia, Croatia, Europe
Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), Dominica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
1103-357 - Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), Dominica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), Dominica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
1103-383 - Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), Dominica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), Dominica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
1103-382 - Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea), Dominica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America
plate of squid, Sepia al la plancha, Valencia, Spain
1113-78560 - plate of squid, Sepia al la plancha, Valencia, Spain
Hands holding two octopusses, Taganga, Santa Marta, Colombia, South America
1113-52716 - Hands holding two octopusses, Taganga, Santa Marta, Colombia, South America
Octopus hunter Alvis Jean snorkeling off FelicitÈ island with squid, Coleoidea, La Digue and Inner Islands, Republic of Seychelles, Indian Ocean
1113-48718 - Octopus hunter Alvis Jean snorkeling off FelicitÈ island with squid, Coleoidea, La Digue and Inner Islands, Republic of Seychelles, Indian Ocean
Calamari drying in the sun, sun-dried calamari, Naussa, Paros, Mediterranean sea, Greece, Europe
1113-35030 - Calamari drying in the sun, sun-dried calamari, Naussa, Paros, Mediterranean sea, Greece, Europe
Calamari drying in the sun, Sun-dried calamari, Naussa, Paros, Mediterranean sea, Greece, Europe
1113-35031 - Calamari drying in the sun, Sun-dried calamari, Naussa, Paros, Mediterranean sea, Greece, Europe
Octopus and meat skewers, snacks at Shilin night market, Taipei, Republic of China, Taiwan, Asia
1113-17498 - Octopus and meat skewers, snacks at Shilin night market, Taipei, Republic of China, Taiwan, Asia
Hawaii, Oval Squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana), closeup of head area.
1116-34324 - Hawaii, Oval Squid (Sepioteuthis lessoniana), closeup of head area.
Caribbean, Bonaire, Reef squid (sepioteuthis sepioidea).
1116-29272 - Caribbean, Bonaire, Reef squid (sepioteuthis sepioidea).
Hawaii, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessoniana) swimming forward.
1116-34323 - Hawaii, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessoniana) swimming forward.
Malaysia, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessonia), blue ocean
1116-36479 - Malaysia, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessonia), blue ocean
Indonesia, Banda Sea, Banda Niera Island, Reef squid (sepioteuthis lessonia) at night.
1116-31994 - Indonesia, Banda Sea, Banda Niera Island, Reef squid (sepioteuthis lessonia) at night.
Australia, Southern squid (sepioteuthis australis).
1116-30483 - Australia, Southern squid (sepioteuthis australis).
Indonesia, Komodo, Bottletail Squid (Sepiadarium Kochi).
1116-29231 - Indonesia, Komodo, Bottletail Squid (Sepiadarium Kochi).
Hawaii, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessoniana) swimming through black water at night.
1116-32005 - Hawaii, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessoniana) swimming through black water at night.
Caribbean, Bonaire, Reef squid (sepioteuthis sepioidea).
1116-29274 - Caribbean, Bonaire, Reef squid (sepioteuthis sepioidea).
Indonesia, Komodo, Bobtail Squid (Euprymna berryi).
1116-29229 - Indonesia, Komodo, Bobtail Squid (Euprymna berryi).
Indonesia, Banta Island, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessonia) at night.
1116-33457 - Indonesia, Banta Island, Oval squid (sepioteuthis lessonia) at night.
Hawaii, two oval squid (sepioteuthis lessoniana) rest upon sandy bottom at night.
1116-32002 - Hawaii, two oval squid (sepioteuthis lessoniana) rest upon sandy bottom at night.
Night time panga squid fishery, Santa Rosalia, Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Baja California Sur, Mexico, North America
1112-446 - Night time panga squid fishery, Santa Rosalia, Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Baja California Sur, Mexico, North America
Dried fish for sale on the street in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
857-58197 - Dried fish for sale on the street in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Korea - squid on sale at karakan wholesale food market seoul
1194-825 - Korea - squid on sale at karakan wholesale food market seoul
Korea - fish & squid on sale at karakan wholesale food market, seoul
1194-840 - Korea - fish & squid on sale at karakan wholesale food market, seoul
Squid at night attracted to the light, Philippines
1060-17 - Squid at night attracted to the light, Philippines
Squid fishing boat.
981-64 - Squid fishing boat.
Squid fishing boat.
981-70 - Squid fishing boat.
Squid fishing boat.
981-58 - Squid fishing boat.
Squid fishing boat.
981-52 - Squid fishing boat.
Cock-eyed squid (Histioteuthis bonelli) with sperm whale tooth marks. Greece, Eastern Med.
906-22 - Cock-eyed squid (Histioteuthis bonelli) with sperm whale tooth marks. Greece, Eastern Med.
Cuvier's beaked whale (Ziphius cavirostris) stranded with visible round marks left by squid prey as they use the suckers on their tentacles to aviod being swallowed. Ionian Sea, Greece.
906-12 - Cuvier's beaked whale (Ziphius cavirostris) stranded with visible round marks left by squid prey as they use the suckers on their tentacles to aviod being swallowed. Ionian Sea, Greece.
Salvinvs Albatross (Diomedea Cauta Salvini) getting attracted by squid. Bounty Islands, Subantarctic New Zealand.
909-119 - Salvinvs Albatross (Diomedea Cauta Salvini) getting attracted by squid. Bounty Islands, Subantarctic New Zealand.
Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of sucker or suction cup,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,California,usa,east pacific ocean
936-412 - Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of sucker or suction cup,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,California,usa,east pacific ocean
Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of beak,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,california,usa,east pacific ocean
936-410 - Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of beak,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,california,usa,east pacific ocean
Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of sucker or suction cup,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,california,usa,east pacific ocean
936-411 - Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of sucker or suction cup,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,california,usa,east pacific ocean
Atlantic spotted dolphin, Stenella frontalis, hunting for squid and fish at night, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Atlantic Ocean
983-195 - Atlantic spotted dolphin, Stenella frontalis, hunting for squid and fish at night, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Atlantic Ocean
SalvinÃs Albatross (Diomedea Cauta Salvini) getting attracted by squid. Bounty Islands, Subantarctic New Zealand
909-72 - SalvinÃs Albatross (Diomedea Cauta Salvini) getting attracted by squid. Bounty Islands, Subantarctic New Zealand
Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of eye,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,California,usa,east pacific ocean
936-409 - Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) close up of eye,Monterey bay national marine sanctuary,California,usa,east pacific ocean
Atlantic spotted dolphin, Stenella frontalis, hunting for squid and fish at night, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Atlantic Ocean
983-194 - Atlantic spotted dolphin, Stenella frontalis, hunting for squid and fish at night, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Atlantic Ocean
Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, hunting at night, Key Largo, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean
983-52 - Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, hunting at night, Key Largo, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean
Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, hunting at night, Key Largo, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean
983-63 - Caribbean reef squid, Sepioteuthis sepioidea, hunting at night, Key Largo, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, USA, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean
SalvinÕs Albatross (Diomedea Cauta Salvini) feeding of squid. Snares Island, Subantarctic New Zealand. (RR)
909-68 - SalvinÕs Albatross (Diomedea Cauta Salvini) feeding of squid. Snares Island, Subantarctic New Zealand. (RR)
Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image.  South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
917-407 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image. South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-227 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Fish Species in mid-air, off Ascension Island, South Atlantic Ocean.
917-232 - Flying Fish Species in mid-air, off Ascension Island, South Atlantic Ocean.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image.  South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
917-406 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image. South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-230 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-228 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air leaving a water trail behind it, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-231 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air leaving a water trail behind it, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image.  South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
917-405 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air (Ommastrephes bartramii). Extremely rare unusual image. South Atlantic Ocean. MORE INFO: Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish. These unique adaptations allow them to avoid predation more easily. Ommastrephid squids are among the strongest swimmers in the Cephalopoda. A number of species are fished commercially. This particular species (Ommastrephes bartramii), is commonly known as "Neon Flying Squid" due to its colouration and its ability to glide over the ocean surface as seen in the photographs. Please note that this is a genuine image of a wild animal in its natural environment. It is not a digital manipulation.
Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
917-229 - Flying Squid Species in mid-air, roughly 100 nm North of Tristan Da Cunha, South Atlantic Ocean. Flying Squid use membranes between their tentacles (visible on pic) & two fins at the rear of the mantle to glide through the air in a similar way to flying fish.
Remains of a squid at the surface with suckers showing
969-284 - Remains of a squid at the surface with suckers showing
Jumbo Squid (Dosidicus gigas) eye and head detail. Mexican panga fishery in Santa Rosalia, Baja, Mexico. This fishery catches 100 metric tons of squid on average each night. The fishery runs between April and November. Average price paid for cleaned squid is less than 10 U.S. cents per pound.
979-2136 - Jumbo Squid (Dosidicus gigas) eye and head detail. Mexican panga fishery in Santa Rosalia, Baja, Mexico. This fishery catches 100 metric tons of squid on average each night. The fishery runs between April and November. Average price paid for cleaned squid is less than 10 U.S. cents per pound.
Wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans) on the wing at sunset approaching South Georgia Island, Southern Atlantic Ocean. The Wandering Albatross has the largest wingspan of any living bird, with the average wingspan being 3.1 metres (10.2 ft). The longest-winged examples verified have been about 3.7 m (12 ft), but probably erroneous reports of as much as 5.3 m (17.5 ft) are known. As a result of its wingspan, it is capable of remaining in the air without beating its wings for several hours at a time (travelling 22 metres for every meter of drop). The length of the body is about 1.35 m (4.4 ft) with females being slightly smaller than males, and they weigh typically from 6 to 12 kg (13-26 lb). Immature birds have been recorded weighing as much as 16.1 kg (35 lb) during their first flights. The plumage varies with age, but adults have white bodies with black and white wings. Males have whiter wings than females with just the tips and trailing edges of the wings black. They feed on squid, small fish and on animal refuse that floats on the sea, eating to such excess at times that they are unable to fly and rest helplessly on the water.
979-7080 - Wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans) on the wing at sunset approaching South Georgia Island, Southern Atlantic Ocean. The Wandering Albatross has the largest wingspan of any living bird, with the average wingspan being 3.1 metres (10.2 ft). The longest-winged examples verified have been about 3.7 m (12 ft), but probably erroneous reports of as much as 5.3 m (17.5 ft) are known. As a result of its wingspan, it is capable of remaining in the air without beating its wings for several hours at a time (travelling 22 metres for every meter of drop). The length of the body is about 1.35 m (4.4 ft) with females being slightly smaller than males, and they weigh typically from 6 to 12 kg (13-26 lb). Immature birds have been recorded weighing as much as 16.1 kg (35 lb) during their first flights. The plumage varies with age, but adults have white bodies with black and white wings. Males have whiter wings than females with just the tips and trailing edges of the wings black. They feed on squid, small fish and on animal refuse that floats on the sea, eating to such excess at times that they are unable to fly and rest helplessly on the water.