Scientist And The Internet Are Freaking Out At This Adorable Looking Squid Thing

We honestly can’t tell what’s more adorable: This chubby, googly-eyed sea creature or the reactions of researchers who are clearly overwhelmed by its sheer adorableness. “It looks so fake,” exclaims one woman. “It’s like some little kid dropped their toy.” They identify the creature in the video as a Stubby squid (yeah, that’s really its name. Or, if you want to be more scientific, Rossia pacifica.) The critters, which are not true squids, are actually more closely related to cuttlefish and inhabit the north Pacific, between Japan and Southern California. The video was shot by people aboard the E/V Nautilus, a research vessel exploring areas of the ocean off the shore of California. The team uses remotely operated vehicles to film the ocean floor. They’re broadcasting their footage live here. And while most people watching this video will probably be able to relate to the sheer joy of the scientists, some people inexplicably identify more with the squid.

HP- We honestly can’t tell what’s more adorable: This chubby, googly-eyed sea creature or the reactions of researchers who are clearly overwhelmed by its sheer adorableness.
“It looks so fake,” exclaims one woman. “It’s like some little kid dropped their toy.”
They identify the creature in the video as a Stubby squid (yeah, that’s really its name. Or, if you want to be more scientific, Rossia pacifica.) The critters, which are not true squids, are actually more closely related to cuttlefish and inhabit the north Pacific, between Japan and Southern California.
The video was shot by people aboard the E/V Nautilus, a research vessel exploring areas of the ocean off the shore of California. The team uses remotely operated vehicles to film the ocean floor. They’re broadcasting their footage live here.
And while most people watching this video will probably be able to relate to the sheer joy of the scientists, some people inexplicably identify more with the squid.

I don’t want to doubt scientist or question the higher minds of academia here but that thing is just a toy right? Like this was probably a gift to some little Japanese girl. I mean the thing is straight up like an anime figure with its boogely eyes just staring in different directions look so dumb founded and cute. I stopped learning the different pokemon after the original 151 so im taking a strong guess in saying this thing might just be a pokemon toy. I mean the thing didn’t move an inch and from what I understand as common knowledge, if a giant submarine with a super high beam light is just approaching an animal that lives in the dark eerie sea floor, that thing should run and it didn’t. No chance that’s a real animal. Do squids even have eyeballs that big?

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