Here is a little video we took yesterday evening.  It is a little squid that came up in the 500 micron plankton net.  You can see the beating hearts and its chromatophores.  Enjoy!

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4 Responses to Squidlet

  1. elva/mom-in-law of Paul Suprenand Phd says:

    Happy World Oceans Day! Paul I have really enjoyed reading
    the blogs, pictures, and videos. I hope
    your trip was all that you needed
    it to be. Cant wait to hear all. Miss you and
    love you!

  2. Maia W says:

    Do you know how chromatophores differ between octopus, squid, and cuttlefish?

  3. Lauren says:

    What other kinds of neat animals did you see? Do they get scared when they are around the equipment you guys use?

    • Steven Tuorto says:

      We’ve seen squid, salps, dolphins, and tons of flying fish! Closer to when the ship docked, we saw some barracuda. Some animals get scared, but some are attracted to the boat, our equipment, or the lights.

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