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This Humboldt "Red Devil" squid was caught on camera devouring a defenseless sea gull off the Pacific coast of Canada at Victoria's Ogden Point breakwater. The squid trapped the bird with its tentacles before dragging it down to the bottom of the ocean, Ginger Morneau, the amateur photographer who snapped the picture moments before the sea gull's imminent death, told the Daily Mail. (Ginger Morneau/The Canadian Press/AP Photo)
Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by GuidedKill
In your estimated opinion. We have plenty around and they're beautiful, alot nicer than the starlings that got brought over from UK and plague farmers, however, birds are beautiful.
And seeing a predator of any kind devouring is not a nice nature shot, its really ugly.