Caribbean reef squid
|Caribbean reef squid|
They are found in schools (groups) of about thirty at a time. Baby squids live closer to the shore than the older ones. The squid can eat 30-60% of their body weight daily. The Caribbean reef squid uses its beak to cut their food up so that it is easier to process. They communicate using the colors of their body as well as shape and texture.
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