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It can store five percent of the food it eats as lipids, which can allow it to survive for six months without eating. When chased by predators, it releases a chemical that deters fish. Scientists don’t yet understand how it works. The colossal squid is also called the Antarctic squid because it can be found around Antarctica. 6 kilograms). It also has the largest eyes of any animal. Like the giant squid, the colossal squid’s arms and tentacles are covered in suckers lined with small teeth, but that’s not all.

The imperial shag is a black and white bird with a blue ring around each of its eyes, which is why it is also known as the blue-eyed shag. It lives in colonies consisting of hundreds of pairs, each laying up to five eggs every year in nests made of seaweed, grass, mud and excrement. 33 Kelp Gull by sussexbirder The kelp gull is also known as the Dominican gull, named after the Dominican order of friars who wear black and white. It has been observed to peck at right whales in order to eat their blubber, leaving them with large, open sores, and has also been seen dropping rocks 34 on shellfish to open them.

When in the water, they dive repeatedly and do not linger on the surface, diving to depths of over 3000 feet (914 meters) to feed on squid, 60 fish and crustaceans. The deepest dive made by an airbreathing mammal that was not a whale was recorded by a southern elephant seal – 6998 feet (2133 meters)! The Weddell seal is the best-studied Antarctic seal, mainly because it can be easily approached by humans. It has a cat-like face with an upturned mouth that gives the appearance that it is smiling.

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