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Recently, a cute “piggy squid” was discovered by scientists during a deep-sea expedition 4,500 feet below the surface of the sea 1,000 miles south of Hawaii.

Piggy squid found on the seabed

“Able to regulate buoyancy through an internal cavity filled with ammonia, this stunning squid is often observed with its tentacles spread above its head,” the researchers explain.

“Squids, like other cephalopods, use structures called siphons to move, pulling and pushing the water around them like a jet pump. This cephalopod, known as the spirochete squid, is also known as the piglet squid because of its It is named after the large siphon that resembles a snout.

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