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Can a giant squid kill a sperm whale?

Asked: David Graham, Date Created:

There isn't evidence that these squids have the ability to prey on the whales. Squids we do know about are predators of fish mainly. Giant squids and their cousins are simply too dedicate to to successfully harm sperm whales significantly.

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