OK, so it's pretty clear we're all doomed. We shall just have to grow accustomed to the fact that the sea is full of nightmarish monsters beyond imagining who are doubtless scheming to bring about the downfall of all landmasses so that their abhorrent kingdom of Darkness and Drowning may reign supreme across the face of the Earth.
However, once you get past the whole "I don't wanna die" thing, I always find looming tendrils of doom to be quite fascinating. These ones are particularly interesting; I have never seen such exceptional looming. And they're laden with more doom than one of those donkeys carrying more hay than strictly possible.
Alas, this denizen of the deep keeps us surface dwellers at arm's length, and that's a very significant length indeed. Biding their time, no doubt. Biding their time...
The Bigfin Squid was first discovered as early as 1907, when a juvenile was pulled up by a trawler in the Atlantic, not far from Europe.
Unfortunately the corpse was so battered that while it was recognised as a new species, they didn't realise quite how