Squid eye is sperm whale defence

Squid eye is sperm whale defence

Stockholm : Sweden | Mar 15, 2012 at 9:51 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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Giant squid eyes are sperm whale defence Environment correspondent, BBC News Sperm whales are believed to do batte with colossal squid, though such a fight has not been observed The world's biggest squid species have developed huge eyes to give early warning of approaching sperm whales. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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A sperm whale swims in the Mediterranean sea
A sperm whale swims in the Mediterranean sea
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