Moshi Moshi

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There are three hundred and seventy five species of squid

The giant squid is the largest invertebrate in the world and has an eye the size of a volley ball

Squid move via the principles of jet propulsion

Squid only have a 1 year life span and mate just once – between May and December

After mating both the male and female die

Moshi Moshi’s stance…
Although not an endangered species in themselves, squid occupy a crucial position in the food chain and are a vital source of food for many species of marine mammal. Due to their short lifecycle, squid are thought to be particularly vulnerable to overfishing, and so we now no longer accept squid below a certain size.

For more information please see “The Good Fish Guide” by Bernadette Clarke