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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Native the the northern Pacific Ocean (the coasts of Japan, China, Russia,
Canada, Vietnam and Alaska), the Japanese flying squid, also known as the ...
En - Japanese flying squid, Fr - Toutenon japonais, Sp - Pota japonesa. ... Up to
the forties, the Japanese Todarodes pacificus fishery was only a small-scale ...
The Japanese Flying Squid doesn't just jump out of the water but instead actually
uses its body to fly - and they fly FAST. Learn all about the flying squid.
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.
Feb 8, 2013 ... A species of oceanic squid can fly more than 30 metres (100 feet) ... Usain Bolt if
it wants to escape predators, Japanese researchers said Friday.
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 ...
Find out what's known about Japanese Flying Squid, Todarodes pacificus,
Cephalopoda, Oegopsida, Ommastrephidae, including their world range and