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1. The seals feed mainly on fish and squid.
2. Would you like some squid?
3. Add the prawns and squid and cook for 2 minutes.
4. Squid travel in shoals.
5. Squid is a delicacy in this part of Italy.
6. And the squid is very, very hungry.sentencedict .com
7. The whales favour large prey, including squid, cod and sharks.
8. In 1887, another giant squid was found, this time in New Zealand.
9. Another favoured prey item is the giant squid, which can reach lengths of 12m.
10. It houses sea snails, cockles, mussels, large fish, squid, cuttlefish, octopuses, shrimps and crabs.
11. Squid have no penises at all, using a specially adapted arm instead.
12. This is the pattern of the squid and octopus eye as well as of the artificial mechanical one built by man, the camera.
13. It preys on squid and smaller fish which occur in surface waters.
14. The squid is tender and dressed in a pungent fishy sauce with a hint of nuttiness.
15. Over two hundred kinds of squid are eaten in every conceivable way from raw to pickled.
16. It is a giant squid, its long tentacles twisting about like huge snakes.
17. The shrimp and squid in particular make for interesting textural contrasts.
18. Tonight, and only tonight, the opalescent squid will mate.
19. People have seen giant squid attacking whales for food.
20. It likes to eat the giant squid.
21. Rarely seen, giant squid are prey to sperm whales.
22. The toothed whales have a set of teeth which they use to grasp large and quick-moving prey, mainly squid or fish.
23. The real star, of course, is the beast, a giant squid more properly known as Architeuthis Dux.
24. He had raided the downtown warehouse arena the night she defeated Melanie Squid in the Kumite.
25. Apart from bait caught on the water, mostly frozen squid and sardines are used.
26. This should be spiced with a little chilli paste, and poured over the squid which you have kept just warm.
27. There are vertical things that look like the tentacles of a squid or octopus.
28. There must have been thousands upon thousands of small fish driven upward to the surface by hordes of squid feeding from below.
29. The computer has been taught fishing tricks: it jiggles the line to make the squid think the bait is alive.
30. Drift nets up to 50 kilometres long are used primarily for catching tuna, squid and pink salmon.
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