This is from an article in the recent edition of New Scientist:
A broody species of squid has been found to carry hundreds of its eggs under its many arms. It is the first species of squid known to look after its clutch.
Usually squids simply drop their eggs on the sea floor and leave them to survive on their own, although some species of octopus are known to guard their clutch. But scientists captured on film the parental care lavished by Gonatus onyx on its eggs.