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Squid are cephalopods of the order Teuthida, which comprises around 304 species. Like all other cephalopods, squid have a distinct head, bilateral symmetry, ...


The anatomy of a squid is quite interesting, so if you haven't given it much thought you may want to look closer at them.


Squid are actually mollusks, although they look much different from their relatives the gastropods (snails), and bivalves (clams). Unlike other mollusks, which ...

Jan 20, 2012 ... External and internal anatomy of a squid (Loligo sp.). Phylum Mollusca, Class Cephalopoda. Both male and female anatomy are examined.


Anatomy. As discussed on the homepage, your average squid consists of a head, a mantle, eight arms, and two tentacles. Not all squid are gigantic. In fact, the ...


This page can be used as a substitute for a hands-on squid dissection. Students without access to squid, or who were absent the day of the dissection can view ...


The beak is made of chitin and is often indigestible by other squid-lovin' animals like sperm whales, so they can often be found in their stomachs.


OVERVIEW. The students will be dissecting a squid to study this amazing animals adaptation ... Gain an understanding of mollusk anatomy and adaptations.


Humboldt Squid (Dosidicus gigas). External Anatomy. (ventral) fins mantle arms tentacle beak funnel/siphon eye. Squids4Kids (Hopkins Marine Station, NOAA ...