The giant squid lives at the bottom near the floor of the oceans. They were first recorded in the wild in 2004 by people from the National Science Museum in Japan. They live in all oceans of the world. Some of the most common places have been identified include Norway, Newfoundland, New Zealand and Australia. They tend to enjoy the cooler waters which are rarely found in tropical regions.
It is difficult to count how many giant squid there because of the depth of the water where they live, although it seems that by their number no danger of becoming extinct any time soon. This is a relief because of the number of aquatic animals that fall into that category.
Impressive giant squid. In the ocean you can find rare animals like this.