The world’s largest invertebrate is the giant squid. It is also called architeuthis dux. Their habitat in the ocean is unknown, so only dead giant squid have been studied. Sometimes, a corpse or many corpses of a giant squid will wash on shore.
The largest invertebrate (animal with no backbone) is the Giant Squid. On average, they are 33 feet long and weigh 440 pounds. The largest specimen was 59 feet and weighed almost 2000 pounds!
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