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Squid  (Order Teuthida)

Squid are the largest group group of cepholapods with nearly 300 classified species. They are characterized by their 8 arms covered with suction cups, two tentacles and a parrot-like beak. They posess an ink sac for defence and have the ability to rapidly change colors which is used both for camoflauge and communication. Most squid seen by dives are small and timid but often disregard divers while mating.

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