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November 03, 2000 
Spanish specialists Francisco Rocha (R) and Angel Guerra measure a "Taningia Danae" squid at the Asturian... 
Luarca, Spain 
Spanish specialists Francisco Rocha (R) and Angel Guerra measure a "Taningia Danae" squid at the Ast..... 
Spanish specialists Francisco Rocha (R) and Angel Guerra measure a "Taningia Danae" squid at the Asturian port of Luarca in northern Spain November 3, 2000. The creature is the biggest example of its type ever found, weighing 124,5 kg (274 lbs) and measuring 2 metres (6 feet) long, and was captured six miles (10 km) off the coast near Gijon a few days ago. The Taningia Danae has two large photophores, the largest light-producing organs in any known animal, on the ends of two of its arms. 
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