Hump back whales eat a lot of giant squid as evidenced by the ring shaped scars all over there body. These beaks do not fare well in the humpbacks digestive tract so there body forms a wax like substance around them so they can more easily be regurgitated or passed through the vent.

Inside the giant squid& sharp beak is a tongue-like organ called the radula (shown in yellow). Covered with rows of tiny teeth, it rams bite size.

Scientists build material that mimics squid beak: Promising step toward safer, more comfortable implants

Scientists build material that mimics squid beak: Promising step toward safer, more comfortable implants

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Squid beak-inspired material could find use in medical implants

Squid beak-inspired material could find use in medical implants

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Albatross boluses for dissection ("seagull hairballs"). Discover how much plastic there is in the ocean, and what we can do about it. Also, squid beaks!

Albatross boluses for dissection ("seagull hairballs"). Discover how much plastic there is in the ocean, and what we can do about it. Also, squid beaks!

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces - Atlas Obscura

Beak from a Humbolt Squid Dosidiscus gigas, Sea of Cortez, Western Mexico

Beak from a Humbolt Squid Dosidiscus gigas, Sea of Cortez, Western Mexico

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces | Atlas Obscura

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces | Atlas Obscura

Squid beak (left) is for tearing. Octopus beak (right) is for crushing. fyi

Squid beak (left) is for tearing. Octopus beak (right) is for crushing.

squids beak - Google Search

squids beak - Google Search

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces - Atlas Obscura

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

The vomit contained ambergris, a substance produced inside whales' stomachs, which can be used to create the musky smell in perfume.

Ambergris found at a beach in Anglesey, Wales, sold for £11,000.

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

Ambergris found at a beach in Anglesey, Wales, sold for

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces Also known as the secret ingredient in Chanel No. 5. 3/18/16

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces Also known as the secret ingredient in Chanel No. 5. 3/18/16

Also known as the secret ingredient in Chanel No. 5.

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

These Stranded Sperm Whales Were Found With A Disturbing Amount Of Plastic Inside

Colossal Squid Beak - Bing Images

The beak of a Colossal Squid.

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