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Are squids fast?

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Squids can reach the fastest speeds known among aquatic invertebrates (∼ 8 m s−1) (Alexander 1977; Vogel 1987), swim arms-first or tail-first (Hanlon et al. 1983; Vecchione and Roper 1991; Bartol et al.

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