Squid

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Squid

Chinese name:鱿鱼

Squid (Squid) is a mollusk is living in the ocean mollusks. In taxonomy, squids belong to the order of Mollusca-Cephalopod-Dibranch-Decabranch. The squid has two gills as respiratory organs; the body is divided into a head, a short neck and a torso. It is a kind of squid. The body is cone-shaped, pale in color, with hazel spots, large head, and touches on the front. It has 10 feet, and the fleshy fins at the tail end are triangular, and they often swim in groups in the ocean about 20 meters deep. In taxonomy, squid belongs to the order of Mollusca-Cephalopod-Dibranch-Decabranch. The squid has two gills as breathing organs; the body is divided into a head, a short neck and a trunk. It has high nutritional value and is a precious seafood.

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