Giant squid found in many places in Japan, Japanese media call it a precursor to a major earthquake
It is understood that on the 21st, Tsunadai Shinko in Iwami Town, Tottori Prefecture, Japan caught a 3.4-meter-long giant squid with a fishing net set on the seafloor. The squid was preliminarily determined to be female and weighed 100kg. If the longest tentacles were If it remains, the body length can reach 8 meters. The fishing crew who fished the giant squid said: “The squid is a very terrifying deterrent when it survives.”
In addition, on the 19th, the dead body of a giant squid measuring 3 to 4 meters in length was salvaged off the coast of Aranhama, Kashiwazaki City, Niigata Prefecture. According to confirmation, the giant squid was a giant squid caught off the coast of Sado City, Niigata Prefecture on the 8th. It weighs about 150kg.
Not only the giant squid, a 2-meter-long emperor hairtail floating in the sea was discovered off the coast of Hakui City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan on the 2.5nd of this month. Just after the New Year, various strange phenomena appeared in many parts of Japan. What is the precursor?
In this regard, some Japanese experts pointed out: “Giant squid was originally a creature that inhabited the deep waters of the South China Sea. It is a rare phenomenon to float to the sea of Japan. This is likely to be related to changes in the direction of ocean currents.”
The expert also said: “In fact, there have been previous theories about changes in ocean currents, and many experts believe that this is related to global warming. Although it is not yet certain whether there is an inevitable connection to the crustal changes that caused earthquakes, However, the possibility of some kind of environmental change on the entire earth is very high. In addition, although it is not yet possible to determine whether the abnormal phenomenon of the deep sea is a precursor to a major earthquake, it is necessary to take precautions in advance."
Source: World Wide Web