Deep Sea Crab found by Smithsonian Scientists

By Barry Brown 1 year ago
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deep sea crabGood morning, I have another wild looking deep-sea crab for you all, found by our favorite scientists from the world famous Smithsonian Institution in Washington. The red you see under the belly could be eggs but don’t quote me on that, I just remember hearing that in the lab as everyone was observing her. This crab was close to 6 inches wide and most likely even longer with those crazy claws extended. Most of you already know my love for any and all crabs which must come from the insane amount of hours spend either underwater or with the Smithsonian observing them, they are so cool and they come in every shape and size one can imagine. MORE

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