WASHINGTON – From the Odyssey to Jules Verne, people have been telling tales of sea monsters and giant, tentacled behemoths for years. Now, for the first time scientists were able to film a giant sea squid in its native habitat.
Host Andrew Hiller spoke with Edie Widder, a marine biologist and president of the Ocean Research & Conservation Association who was part of the crew, to discuss the journey and what they discovered.
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