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[[circled]] 6 [[/circled]] Ceph., June 11, 1971, III. [[image - drawing of squid spatial organization]] or [[image - drawing of squid spatial organization]] They do [[underlined]] not [[/underlined]] appear to be very active most of the time. Perhaps all the inds. seen today were simply fascinated by our appearance, and couldn't bear to tear themselves away. But they did not appear to be greatly upset most of the time. This may suggest that they do not continuously search or hunt for prey over very long distances. But rather wait for the prey to approach them. And then advance to attack over short distances. See also below. NARRATIVE: Yantupo. Find group of 24 squid. 3 large and 21 medium. The 3 large ones all together, at one end of the line of the group. All individuals more or less plain brown on back and sides, the top of the head and the
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