Gigantic Giant Squid (Oceans of the world): The largest squid on earth, Archituethis dux, is known to reach 60 feet in length. Squid attaining the length of 100 feet have been reported for ages, and the sucker marks and stray tentacles associated with sperm whales suggest squid of the amazing size of 200 or even 300 feet. these estimates, though, can be discredited since they may be sucker scars with much smaller giant squids that a sperm whale had interacted with when it was younger, and the scars simply stretched in size as the whale grew older and in turn larger. However, squid of entirely unknown genera could still be responsible for these sucker marks and tentacles, in which case their size isn't the mystery, but their existence.
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