What colors are squid?
In the blink of an eye, squid can change from sandy brown to vibrant red or ripple with bright metallic rainbows. Their color -changing abilities (and those of their fellow cephalopods, octopus and cuttlefish) are more sophisticated than any found in the animal kingdom.
What animal eats a squid?
Sperm whales are the only known regular predator of giant squids (and are really great at finding them too). Juvenile giant squids are prey to smaller whales, such as pilot whales, deep-sea sharks and other predatory fish. For once, humans are not a predator! Giant squids do have a few tricks to try to avoid predators.
What does a giant squid look like?
A giant squid’s body may look pretty simple: Like other squids and octopuses, it has two eyes, a beak, eight arms, two feeding tentacles, and a funnel (also called a siphon). But, of course, all of it is much larger! The squid’s complex brain, which is tiny compared to its body, is shaped like a donut.
How do you draw a easy octopus?
- Start the with the head shape.
- Add two outside legs.
- Draw a third leg in the middle.
- Draw two legs in the space on the right.
- Add another leg in the space on the left.
- Draw two more legs in the background.
- Erase line, add eyes and bumps on head.
- Add circles on the legs and in the water.