Habits of squid


Often active in the middle and upper layers of the shallow sea, the vertical movement range can reach more than 100 meters. It feeds on krill, sardines, silverfish, and male fish, and is also the prey object of ferocious fish. Eggs mature in batches and are produced in batches. The eggs are wrapped in glial egg sheaths. Each egg sheath contains several to several hundred eggs depending on the species. to tens of thousands. Chinese calamari (commonly known as "squid"), with an annual output of 40,000 to 50,000 tons, is mainly fished in China's Bohai Sea, southern Fujian, Taiwan, Guangdong and Guangxi, as well as the Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand.