Giant Squid Captured On Film For The First Time

​For the first time ever, a team of Japanese scientists have captured the Giant Squid on video in its natural habitat. To get the footage, the crazy bastards crammed into a tiny 3 man submarine, dove more than half a mile below the surface, and then went looking for it... Remember that these things are thought to grow as long as 20 meters, and are known to attack sperm whales!!!

Japanese zoologist, Tsunemi Kubodera, took his team out for more than 100 such dives before finally capturing the elusive creature on film. When asked to describe the experience, he got a little choked up:

This was the first time for me to see with my own eyes a giant squid swimming. It was stunning. I couldn't have dreamt that it would be so beautiful. It was such a wonderful creature.