The squid is kind of interesting but they swim head first because they have this thing on them that pushes water out and moves them forward called a siphan.
Sweetie the Squid and octupus always swims head first @previous answer.. you're wrong. squid swim feet first. the 2 long tentacles and the 8 legs are actually near the head because the the arms and tentacles close around the mouth. so when they swim they open and close their arms & tentacles making them swim fin up. therefore, squid swim FOOT FIRST "sweetie"
A squid swims backwards because this direction makes it easiest to move in the water since its arms and head are on the front of their bodies. The squid can actually swim in any direction it chooses.
=How fast does a squid swim?==they can swim really fast=
a squid usually travels wth it's head first and somtimes with its feet
A giant squid can swim at speeds of 15 miles per hour or more.
squid just swim
the squid uses jet propulsion to get around the ocean. that is how it moves.
it pushes its squid arm things up and doun like a jellyfish
yes squid swims very fast up to 120 mph
eat plankton and swim
both swim in the ocean
Squids swim from 25 to even 40 miles per hour.
Because squid do not have legs to walk, they can only swim, and they do not have lungs to breathe air.
They make a strange pulsing motion with their tentacles.
they can swim quickly way from danger
The shape is very aerodynamic
the squid swims by inflating its mantle cavity with water and forcing it out through the funnel in a jet- propulsion fashion.
Snails have a shell, live on land. Squid live in the water, have tentacles, swim really well.
They are slower than a squid, but they are still fast.
it is slower than a squid but still fast
to get food like krill,small fish and squid
A squid has two eyes, one on each side of its head.