Greenpeace posted this Vine as part of their Cephalopod Week, showing a squid attacking a Greenpeace submarine during a Bering Sea expedition. The humongous squid sprays ink all around and almost appears to beat at the submarine.
The squid’s two most famous features are front and center in the video: its long arms, covered in suckers to help it latch on to prey, and its distinctive ability to eject ink from its body to deter would-be predators.
Another of the fascinating creatures flashes by in the background of the video.
The video doesn’t have any more identifying information, but there are nearly 300 species of squid worldwide.
This one seems to want to be left in its Bering Sea home in peace.