Into the stomach of the colossal Posted 30 April 2008 by tepapamuseum & filed under Colossal squid. The scientists are currently inserting an endoscope with hopes of finding out what this beastie’s last meal was. Share this:Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 13 Responses chrispaulin May 8th, 2008 We smell of fresh brine solution . . the gentle sea air…at least that’s our story Reply Mary May 1st, 2008 When they tease you about smelling funny, just remember they are fast-food workers making minimum wage who smell like old oil and fries, and you are a scientist who smells like the greatest biological discovery of the century! Thanks so much for sharing your amazing adventure. Reply Debi Boyle May 1st, 2008 Please keep on printing all the stuff you find , this is history & i just can’t imagine how & what your finding with science can help with all kinds of information etc. toward ocean life as well as man kind. I bet you do smell !!! Thanks for doing what you do!!! Debi Reply Guy May 1st, 2008 It must have smelled like fishy windex in there. Great stuff ! Reply claire from hamilton April 30th, 2008 aww i missed it all lol, im so gutted!!!! Reply Tim Hollingworth April 30th, 2008 Hi to all you guys on the project in New Zealand, both in front of the camera and the team behind. I can’t believe i’ve been watching this live on my computer in the United Kingdom, amazing. Weve come a long way since Telstar! Maybe smelly-vision will be the next thing to hit the internet… But seriously thanks for sharing this project, it makes the world a smaller and much more friendlier place. Tim Hollingworth Freelance cameraman UK Reply chrispaulin April 30th, 2008 Hi Debs Yes..we went down to the local take away to get some dinner this evening and indeed they said “you guys smell!”…. such is lif Reply Debs April 30th, 2008 Not only is it freakin amazing these creatures exist and that the fishermen who found it had the balls to even contemplate bringing the big boy/girl back from Antarctica, but it leaves me gobsmacked that you scientists will get into the tank with it and all of its gut juice!!! Legendary stuff guys. I’m guessing it’s getting smelly, or at the least all mooshy. Keep up the great work and webcam coverage. Reply Mac Garcia April 30th, 2008 Amazing, indeed! The Filipino people commends Te Papa scientists for this unprecedented scientific event! Thank you for sharing the event to the rest of the world via this webcast. Mac Reply Caroline April 30th, 2008 Hello from Dubai! Totally fascinating – thanks for finding the time to share this with us. x Reply Ramon April 30th, 2008 Good Morning from Germany Thank you all very, very much for sharing this event online. Ramon Reply Martin Safranek April 30th, 2008 Greetings from Prague, thank you very much for sharing this event online. Martin! Reply Kirsten Haupt April 30th, 2008 Good Morning from Vienna, I’m absolutely amazed about this colossal squid, as much as about your live stream. What a great idea to share this scientific endeavour. I should actually be working, but am glued to the screen watching the examination proceed. Thank you all very, very much for this! Kirsten Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.