There are over 300 species of squids all over the world. Unlike humans they are only able to live in water, they can not live on land. They can be found in fresh water and salt water. A squid has gills so it can breath under water. A squid is a huge part of marine life because lots of animals feed on them, so if squids went extinct a lot of other animals would go extinct. Some squids are only 2 feet long and some are over 40 feet long. Squids are excellent swimmers unlike humans who are good swimmers. A squid can go
How Humans and Squids Use Water
1. Why is water considered a "Natural Resource?"
2. How is water essential (required) to our survival and the survival of all living things?
1. It is considered a natural resource because with out us it would still be here. A man made resource is something we created.
2. It is essential because it helps everything in some way stay alive. It also is a home to some animals like fish.