Squid, though traditionally called fish, is actually not a fish, but a mollusk living in the ocean. It has a slender, long conical body with a sucker in the front. Squid has two gills as respiratory organs; The body is divided into head, short neck and trunk.
The body of squid is divided into head, short neck and trunk. The body is slender and long tapered, two of which are longer. In taxonomy, squid belongs to mollusk. The head has a pair of developed eyes on both sides and wrists and feet around the mouth.