Giant Squid Return to Southern California – A Fisherman's Bounty

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[Best Syndication News] The giant squid have returned to the Southern California shores, with many of the squid being caught by fishermen weighing in at 20-30 pounds. The giant squid can reach up to 7feet long and weigh up to 100 pounds.

The giant squid species is called Humboldt, Jumbo Squid, Jumbo Flying Squid, or Diablo Rojo (which means Red Devil). They tend to live in warmer waters, however since El Niño weather patterns have come to be, there has been some migration patterns seen with this species. Typically they like to live in deep ocean water but they have been making their way inland more. Once in the Fall of 2004, there was between 1,000 to 1,500 squid washed up on the Long Beach Peninsula in southwest Washington. They have been seen as far as north as Alaska.

Governor Schwarzenegger says High Speed Rail Construction to Begin Next Year

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[Best Syndication News] The $2.3 billion that President Obama along with Congress made available to California for the construction of the high speed rail system will change the way we travel. Governor Schwarzenegger said in a radio speech that he is proud that the state has received funding to build this rapid train from major cities through California.

Instead of flying from Los Angeles to San Francisco it probably will be more efficient to travel via the high speed rail system with the trains being capable of traveling 220 m.p.h. Schwarzenegger said that this rail system in California will stretch 800 miles. The time it would take to travel from LA to San Francisco he said would take only 2 hours and 40 minutes.

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