Posted September 29, 2018 11:30:10If you’ve ever had the opportunity to meet a giant squid, you know it’s a great time to get your kids involved.
The big, green sea creature is an endangered species, with just a few hundred surviving off the west coast of Africa.
And it’s one of the few marine animals that can live on land.
The squid can grow to lengths of up to a foot (about 20 centimeters), and can weigh up to 500 pounds (220 kilograms).
The squid’s appetite is so large, that they’ll sometimes consume fish and other food before eating their dinner.
The most common method of feeding them is by sucking the squid out of the water and eating it.
To feed a squid, the researchers used a combination of sardine, fish and crab bones.
They used a special type of sponge that mimics the shape of the squid’s body and a sponge that they use to capture the prey.
The researchers also used a plastic tube to hold the prey in place while the squid was being sucked out of its shell.
The researchers used three different methods of feeding the squid: sardines, fish, and crab.
One method was to feed the squid with a small amount of sardsin, which is made from a type of bacteria found in seaweed.
The other two methods were using fish flakes or a sardin-based diet, which were made from squid flakes, or using a mixture of fish flakes and squid-flavored salt.
The scientists used a mixture containing between 0.5 to 3.5 percent of salt.
This is about the same as a typical serving of a sesame seed oil, which contains about one teaspoon of salt per 1-ounce serving.
The squid’s stomach is made up of a lot of muscle tissue, and the scientists used this muscle tissue to create the squid-filled shell.
The shell is filled with collagen fibers, which form a protective barrier around the squid.
The sponge used to feed this sponge contained a mixture that mimicked the shape and texture of the stomach lining.
The texture of this sponge was created by mixing a mixture with collagen that mimicks the texture of an animal’s stomach lining, such as a squid.
The sponge is then soaked in the squid soup, and then slowly drained.
This was done to break down the collagen fibers.
The team then used a sponge made from the squid to hold a piece of the food inside the squid, to which they add the squid flakes.
The research was published in the journal PLoS ONE.