1. theophontes, feu d'artifice du cosmopolitisme says

    Wow, that is beaaaaaaauuuuuuuuuuutiful!

    (Starts calculating size of aquarium needed)

  2. says

    The text on the link is rather messed up. But it did get me to look up the etymology for “squid,” which is thought to possibly be a sailors’ variant of “squirt.”

    Here, though, it just looks magnificent, a cephalopodan version of the manta ray’s graceful “flight.”

    Glen Davidson

  3. ChasCPeterson says

    Squid, whose real name is Wu Quarry Bay, also known as squid, cuttlefish or squid,the squid cephalopod Mollusca purpose animal. Squid will encounter enemies in order to “jet” as a way to escape, waiting for an opportunity to leave, hence the “squid”, “squid” and other names. Pigment in their skin a small capsule will with the”emotional” and change color and size.

    now that‘s Science Communication.

  4. scooterKPFT says

    It’s Flying, it has noodley appendages, I’m thinking this is some proof of supernatural visitation.