During December the diving team of the Underwater Observatory Park released dozens of young squid about 6 weeks old, all born in the Underwater Observatory Park, into the open sea.

After the eggs had been laid and hatched, the baby squid remained in the area of the nest and studied the environment. After a month and a half they left the nest and sought new territory for themselves, and learned how to fend for themselves. The Park, therefore, decided it was time to release the squid into the open sea so they could help revitalize the squid population in the Gulf.

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