The first accounts of the giant squid comes from the documents of a French dispatch, Semur, Alecton in 1861. He spotted an enormous shape in the ocean and mistook it for some sort of sea monster. In 1878, at Timble Tickle, the largest giant squid ever discovered was found stranded on the beach by three fishermen. The giant squid measured 20 feet long in the body and a further 35 feet for the tentacles.
The first giant squid was discovered in 1925, though it was only two tentacles in a sperm whale’s stomach. Since then, there have been scattered sightings and a couple captures of the creatures.
The first giant squid specimen was recovered in 1880 in New Zealand, and was 65 feet long. The first physical evidence of a colossal squid (larger than the giant squid) was found in 1925, though it was only two tentacles in a sperm whale’s stomach.
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