The Japanese flying squid, Japanese common squid or Pacific flying squid,
scientific name Todarodes pacificus, is a squid of the family Ommastrephidae.
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.
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Also known as the Japanese Common Squid, the Japanese Flying Squid is part
of the Ommastrephidae family. It lives in the northern Pacific Ocean around ...
Native the the northern Pacific Ocean (the coasts of Japan, China, Russia,
Canada, Vietnam and Alaska), the Japanese flying squid, also known as the ...
Feb 8, 2013 ... Marine biologists in Japan have discovered how squid are able to move across
the oceans so quickly. For years, fishermen and sailors have ...
Jan 28, 2016 ... Today I want to write about a really cool flying animal, the Japanese flying squid.
Here are five interesting facts about them: These squid have a ...
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 ...
Feb 9, 2013 ... There have been numerous sightings of a certain type of Japanese squid "flying"
above the ocean's surface, and now scientists have offered an ...
Apr 17, 2015 ... The Japanese Flying Squid, Todarodes pacificus, is a cephalopod in the order
Teuthida and family Ommastrephidae (Mokrin et al. 2002).