Why Squids are the Brainiest?

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The giant squids are said to be among the brainiest invertebrates in the planet. The prevalent of these ever found measured 59 feet (18 meters) in length and weighed nearly a ton (900 kilograms). In 2004 researchers in Japan took the first images ever of a live giant squid. Their brain development is different from other invertebrates in the ocean, as they share complex skin tone related to the human brain. Squids can be very probing about their environment.

They have the capacity to learn new skills developing ability to use tools that can either help them inhibit their dullness and protect them from harm.

Posted by Alinn Blayze, List25

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