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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_flying_squid

The Japanese flying squid, Japanese common squid or Pacific flying squid, scientific name Todarodes pacificus, is a squid of the family Ommastrephidae.

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www.squid-world.com/japanese-flying-squid

The Japanese Flying Squid isn't as well known as many others out there. They also have features that are distinct to this particular species. You will notice.

www.factzoo.com/invertebrates/japanese-flying-squid-leaphing-cephalopod.html

Native the the northern Pacific Ocean (the coasts of Japan, China, Russia, Canada, Vietnam and Alaska), the Japanese flying squid, also known as the ...

www.squid-world.com/tag/japanese-flying-squid

The Japanese Flying Squid isn't as well known as many others out there. They also have features that are distinct to this particular species. You will notice rings  ...

earthsky.org/earth/lifeform-of-the-week-the-amazing-japanese-flying-squid

Jun 27, 2012 ... (NOTE: The kites in the above photo look more like octopi than squid, so don't rely on them for species identification. It's just not easy finding a ...

www.fao.org/fishery/species/3567/en

En - Japanese flying squid, Fr - Toutenon japonais, Sp - Pota japonesa. ... Up to the forties, the Japanese Todarodes pacificus fishery was only a small-scale ...

www.scientificamerican.com/article/can-squid-fly

Aug 2, 2010 ... To escape predators in the ocean, these cephalopods will speed away by shooting a jet of water. But can squid use that behavior to take to the ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2275966/Neon-Flying-Squid-Amazing-creatures-soar-100-feet-air-11-2-metres-PER-SECOND.html

Feb 8, 2013 ... The Neon Flying Squid propels itself out of the ocean by shooting a jet of water at high pressure, according to a study by Japanese researchers.