A rare clubhook squid washed up on one of Oregon’s most popular beaches last week. The squid, measuring 10 feet in length and weighing 90 pounds, was found at Silver Point, just south of Cannon Beach, according to the Seaside Aquarium. Little is known about the reclusive species. They are native to the North Pacific, but are thought to prefer warmer waters of coastal California or Japan. The biggest of the species can grow up to 12 feet long, making them the third largest species of squid. They are thought to be an important food source for sperm whales.