Attack of the giant squids - run for your life
Hundreds of aggressive jumbo flying squid have appeared off the coast of San Diego, attacking divers and washing up dead on beaches.
The 5-foot long sea monsters, which have razor-sharp beaks and toothy tentacles, have been bringing terror to scuba drivers and swimmers on the coast's tourist-packed beaches.
The carnivorous calamari, which can grow up to 100 pounds, came up from the depths last week and swarms of them have pounced on unsuspecting divers.
Some divers have reported tentacles enveloping their masks and yanking at their cameras and gear, leaving many too scared to go in the water.
Some really big species of squid can kill seems these ones are very bothersome. But are the bigger ones coming in on the next wave. Maybe its a case of over population too many squid have been sired this year?
We can't always blame things on climate change.