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A couple from Indiana, renting an Airbnb on Longboat Key, said they noticed something weird about one of the smoke detectors in the master bedroom.

"They're far enough away for it to be another planet for us," said Australian marine biologist Mark Norman, from the Museum of Victoria.

"We're talking 500 metres to probably 1.5 kilometres deep - very dark, very cold, very high pressure - not a particularly easy place for us to go looking around." No one has ever seen the squid hunting, feeding or mating.

Then they realized it was actually a camera disguised as a smoke detector and was pointing right at their bed. - A couple from Indiana, renting an Airbnb on Longboat Key, said they noticed something weird about one of the smoke detectors in the master bedroom.

Then they realized it was actually a camera disguised as a smoke detector and was pointing right at their bed.

"Hopefully the male giant squid, absolutely driven into a frenzy, is going to come up and try to mate with the camera.

Scientists were intrigued when they found the first ever mated female with her skin still intact.Scientists do not know with any certainty how long it lives or how fast it can swim, although the suspicion is that the giant squid is not a fast pursuit predator."It's likely that the giant squid is hanging midwater," Dr Norman said.No giant squid - also known as Architeuthis dux - has ever been caught in its natural habitat - the great depths under the ocean - as it only ever comes to the surface when dead or dying.

Indeed, scientists know more about the dinosaurs than they do about the huge cephalopod.

Hunter hunted The giant squid consists of a head, the mantle - which is the main body, and houses the intestines of the animal - and eight arms, together with two tentacles with clubbed, toothed ends that are used to grasp large fish.