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January 4, 2016 | Just For You
Little is known about the deepest parts of the ocean, because extreme water pressure, freezing temperatures, and lack of oxygen make it impossible for humans or cameras to take the plunge. Once in a while, a “sea monster” will make an appearance in shallow water, but sightings are very rare.
On Christmas Eve, fishermen in the Toyama harbour in Japan noticed something different in the water. It turned out to be a Giant Squid, one of the largest sea creatures known to man at 4 metres long. One fisherman jumped in the water with a camera to take some close-up footage of the monster. A few times, it wrapped its tentacles around the man, but didn’t do him any harm.
The last time a Giant Squid was seen on camera was in 2012. Enjoy the video! It’s spectacular.