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First-Ever Live Giant Squid Hooked in the Wild

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Sea monster stories and horror stories are always fun for kids and us. Appeals to the gory gothic in us, I guess. This story will make a great card (waterfall, maybe) or bookmark, or whatever, and will acquaint us all with what's happening in natural science. We want our young people to be aware of the excitement of science.

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