_Coastal fishermen are sweating over this summer's return of giant squid that has been migrating to the Oregon Coast the past few years, because its eating habits could disrupt the fishing industry. South Americans call the Humboldt squid the "Red Devil" because it is an aggressive eating machine and is known to cannibalize its own kind. There are also stories of them killing divers. The creatures have claws on each tentacle and a parrot-like beak they use to tear into their food. Bill Olivera, who owns the largest Pacific whiting processing plant on the Oregon Coast, worries that the squid's return to Oregon's waters will devastate the whiting fishery. "Whiting numbers are impacted because these things are eating machines," he says. Olivera thinks the squid began migrating to northern waters after eating everything in South American waters.