Day ot on the beach with some crabs.
If you have a fear of being surrounded by small animals like spiders or rats, Christmas Island in December is the place to overcome this fear. At the first rains of the wet season (December) about 120 million crabs come out of hiding and start heading towards the ocean.
Crabs trying to put up a fight. Human vs. Crab - human wins! whoo!
This is a huge crab with nearly foot long claws. Found during Caribbean night dive, handheld light.
Check out the daily life of an Elbow Crab in Hong Kong.
Giant crab from seafood shop in London.
Those are a few of crabs ready to dead.
this is my brother aldo whit a angered crab whos ready to dead.
Time lapse painting of Crabs going at it.(Fighting that is.)
Who knew? LOL. Them crabs are mega cute! (or something...)
A short clip of a hermit crab changing its home to a real big shell and pushing air bubbles out of the new home!
a tank full of hermit crab's with painted shells
My first encounter in the Galapagos was with these colorful crabs, who seemed to be dancing in some kind of mating ritual; a clip from “Gringo in the Galapagos”, the free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video featuring Ecuador’s Highlands, the Jungle, and then out to the Galapagos Islands for personal visits with animals of many kinds that are not scared of humans.
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She's in for more than she bargained for with this one...Does she have the courage to separate the mating crabs? I'd bet not if she knew they'd be attached when she grabbed them!