Lost in 2010 from the coast of California,  the Humboldt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) was found again this year 100 miles from its usual  feeding grounds. Scientists believe that warmer, less-nutrient rich  waters are to blame. [Full Story] 
(photo: MBARI)

Lost in 2010 from the coast of California, the Humboldt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) was found again this year 100 miles from its usual feeding grounds. Scientists believe that warmer, less-nutrient rich waters are to blame. [Full Story]

(photo: MBARI)

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