Another Giant squid has discovered. This time the scientist know the logic behind their existence and new discoveries were been made by extracting DNA from a single giant squid. Since a giant squid has never been caught and kept alive before, sadly the DNA sample came from a dead giant squid.
Back in 2013, in Japan at the sea of Ogasawara the below video of another Giant squid was captured. A giant squid has been filmed in its natural habitat in the deep sea for the first time. Video was shot from a manned submersible in 100 dives over 400 hours
See the rare encounters human had with a live giant squid in the past below.
Up until 2006, most of our clues about the giant squid’s very existence came in the form of their washed-up, slimy corpses on beaches or through their beaks, which have been uncovered from the bellies of sperm whales. When the first-ever live footage of a giant squid was captured that year, just off of Japan’s Ogasawara Islands, we caught our first real glimpse of the magnificent cephalopod while still alive.