Video of the Giant Squid Attacking a Submarine

Our friend Jonnypartys at The Scuttlefish found this video of the Architeuthis, the living kraken filmed by Tsunemi Kubodera and his team after 400 hours in a research sub. It's only a few seconds, but you can see the beast both peacefully floating and attacking the submarine. Read More >>

Live Giant Squid Filmed in the Pacific for the First Time

This amazing sea creature is an Architeuthis. Or a Kraken, as the ancient vikings used to call it. We knew the kraken wasn't a mythical creature. Giant squids like this have been captured in the past, usually near the sea's surface, but this is the first time one has been filmed alive in the wild, majestically swimming at 630m underwater. Read More >>

Scientists Doom Us All by Engineering Gigantic Super Soldier Ants

It's the same old story. Scientists decide to see if they can make modify a species. Next thing you know, we're being chased down the street by giant super-intelligent super soldier ants. Read More >>


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