Come Dive Along With Us at Catalina Island: Baby Calamari

Squatina californica, or the Pacific Angel Shark resting on California Market Squid eggs. (photo: S. Gabara)

The large amount of California Market Squid eggs means a feast for many other organisms in the bays around Catalina Island.  Many fish, invertebrates and sharks such as this Angel Shark will use this abundant food source during the winter.  I almost asked the Angel Shark to share, but realized there will hopefully be many squid and squid eggs for the future.

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