Bigfin reef squid
The bigfin reef squid a warm water-dwelling squid found in temperate and tropical regions. This species has been found to survive in various locations, including the Hawaiian Islands and Red Sea. They tend to remain close to the shoreline and are extremely sensitive to chemical changes in the water.
The bigfin reef squid reaches full maturity at around five months. Males often compete with one another for dominance. When a pregnant female lays eggs, she attaches them to rocks, aquatic plants, and other surfaces. The eggs are laid in single strands.
|This squid-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|