Super Squid Surfaces In Antarctic
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April 2, 2003: An immature specimen of a particularly large type of giant squid has been caught virtually intact in the Antarctic Ocean. Its species may be large enough to attack sperm whales and has nasty hooks on its tentacles.



Game and Story Use

  • This is a good reminder that some "sea monsters" are all too real. While they can't live near the surface in real life, fictional giant squids might have less problems with that. And in the future, human habitats might exist where they live.
  • Plus, any that do arrive at the surface are liable to be sick and in quite a bit of pain, making them far more aggressive than usual.
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