The argument above can be attacked on the grounds that it does which of the following? A. It fails to distinguish between giant squids and more diminutive variants. B. It assumes that a general pattern is likely to hold true in a specific case. C. It discounts the possibility that the largest giant squid was found on the shores of Ryukyu. D. It mistakenly asserts that one instance holds true for all cases. E. It does not discuss the size of the giant squid compared to other squids.