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a land crab considers crossing the road. These land crabs depend on the sea to complete their life cycle. Females deposit their eggs in the sea where the larvae develop into young crabs before climbing on the...

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feisty female land crab brandishing her claws. Geograpsus...

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the coastal road also threatens land crabs that play Russian roulette with motor cars. Fortunately the locals drive slowly and they are adept at dodging them Geograpsus...

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the uga (pronounce oongah) in a submissive pose. The coastal road running through its main territory, is a death trap for many semi-coastal...

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already 30 years old, this foot-sized crab may not escape the pot. But for now it is safe under the admiring eyes of the photographer. Who could eat such a beautiful animal, so unique in the animal...