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Unusual images showing five large deep-sea squids have been taken at depths of two to 3,000 meters by Australia’s national scientific agency, CSIRO. Marine scientist Deborah Osterhage has explained that these creatures belonged to the family Magnapinnidae, a group of squid. deep-sea animals that have large fins and extremely long, slender arms and tentacles. .

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