i thought this might interest some, not the least of which would be forumosa’s own squid.
[quote]Not All Squid Are Alike
But other squid experts point out not all cephalopods may do well in warming conditions. Steve O’Shea, a senior research fellow at Auckland University in New Zealand, says squid that reside mostly in surface waters may be more flexible than those that hover in the ocean’s permanently chilly deep depths. And cephalopods that hang out in colder regions of the globe, like the colossal squid (the largest known squid that has been found off the coast of Antarctica), may be more vulnerable to temperature change.
“A warming of the oceans could also result in the demise of cold-water, deep-sea species of squid,” he said[/quote]
so which squid are you, fella?