How Do Squid Reproduce?

Answer

Squid reproduce when the male squid produces a long tube called spermataphores. These spermataphores are filled with millions of sperm. These tubes are deposited in or on the female by a modified arm, that most squid species have. The spermataphore cluster is implanted on the head of the female.
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1 Additional Answer
The male squid has sperm in an arm like type and the female has the eggs by her mouth. The male squid takes the arm and puts the sperm by her mouth and or into a cavity.
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