Re: NANFA-- Cephalopods lengths
Thu, 11 Mar 2004 17:28:13 EST

Its difficult to say what is the "biggest" of anything. Something could be
100' long and as thin as a pencil. or a 3' animal could be 6' in girth. So
all around, The giant squid is the biggest invertebrate alive. It has also
never been seen alive past its larval stage.

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