Lots out of Australia about squid this week:
New Zealand’s mysterious colossal squid, the largest of the feared and legendary species ever caught, was not the T-Rex of the oceans but a lethargic blob, new research suggests.
At least it’s not a costume filled with possum road kill.
To answer last week’s question, as to why the giant squid is a reasonable proof there is no bigfoot:
The giant squid exists in a world alien from ours, 3000 feet below the surface of the water, with ammonia rather than blood running through its veins. Our world is as deadly to it, as its world is deadly to us. Yet we have several specimens to study, and have for over a hundred years.
Bigfoot, on the other hand, is supposed to live in communal groups, stand 7 or 8 feet tall, is practically our next door neighbor…and we have no actual physical proof of their existence.
Uh huh. Right.