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July 7, 2006
Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Cares for its Young
The tiny squid Gonatus onyx carries its eggs around, protecting them from predators.
Posted on July 7, 2006 at 3:20 PM
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This beat the mexican fighting squid i sent you?
Tank, how dare you imply that Bruce condones the brutal sport of squid fighting!!!!
Squid are gentle kind creatures, that never hack into others' computers or engage in ballroom brawls.
That said, never anger a squid! They are slow to anger, but every fight is to the death! Probably because they taste so good to such a wide bio-diversity of creatures.
the squid are about 20 cm long, and the sacs are the same size, ok...
cut one of the sacs into quarters, get a ball of sticky sushi rice around it, wrap with a strip of nori, a little dash of rice vinegar and a bit of wasabi on top and serve it up!
@Ted - "bar room" not "ball room", though the latter did paint an interesting mental picture ;-)
The tango is a passionate dance. Things can get out of hand.
It made a popular song, too. (http://www.webfitz.com/lyrics/Lyrics/1975/161975.html)
You're right, I meant "Bar room."
Hmmm, ballroom squid dancing - no doubt a black tie event!
Squids in a ball room crawl with black ties.... hilarious...
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