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Vampire Squid from Hell (3200 Feet Under Sea Level)

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Uploaded on Jun 5, 2007

Unfortunately, I can't find the exact name of the original film but I found out who the producer of the original film is: National Geographic, online at:

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/

My French version is "Creatures des abysses" and it was aired on "Tele-Quebec".

The song is "The big clapper" by "Two lone swordsmen" on their album "Stay Down" (1998).

ABOUT THE VAMPIRE SQUID:
Vampyroteuthis infernalis, lit. "Vampire squid from hell") is a small, deep-sea cirrate cephalopod found throughout the temperate and tropical oceans of the world. Unique retractile sensory filaments justify the Vampire Squid's placement in its own order: Vampyromorphida. It was first described and mistakenly identified as an octopus in 1903 by German teuthologist Carl Chun. More info at:
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_...

ABOUT ITS ENVIRONMENT:
3,281 FEET: Bathypelagic zone. 1 Km = 100 atm = 1,470 psi.
The ocean is dark at this level; the only glow is from bioluminescent animals. There are no living plants, and creatures subsist by eating the debris that falls from the levels above (aka "marine snow"), including dead or dying fish and plankton. More info down to 36,201 feet (pression : 8.07 tons per square inch!!!) at:
- http://planktonforum.org/viewtopic.ph...

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