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Dissections for the Science Classroom

The squid is a distinctive ocean-dweller belonging to the group known as cephalopods. This dissection shows the number of features and adaptations that makes the squid so well-suited to ocean life, including its camouflaging chromatophores, toothed suckers on its tentacles, superior eyesight and ink sac which together make the squid both an excellent predator and unattainable prey. Complemented by clear, illustrative diagrams, this is a valuable resource for secondary students of science.

Rating: PG
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 7 min
Series: Dissections for the Science Classroom
Printable Resources: Yes

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