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Coconut Crab Hunting Birds Is First Time Behavior's Been Seen

Video footage of a giant coconut crab hunting and killing a bird on an island in the Indian Ocean is the first time scientists have seen the giant crab do such a thing.
Newsmax

Coconut crab crushes and kills a bird in Chagos Islands

coconut crab crushes and kills a bird in chagos islands
The deadly coconut crab climbed a tree and crept up on a sleeping sea bird in its nest on the remote Chagos Islands in the Indian Ocean.
MailOnline

Videos for "Coconut Crab"

News video: This Giant Scary Crab Climbed A Tree To Kill A Bird

This Giant Scary Crab Climbed A Tree To Kill A Bird 01:24

A giant, scary crab was caught and killed a bird. The coconut crab, which can climb trees, is the largest land-dwelling invertebrate in the world. They grow three feet long and weigh nearly 10..
Source: Vocativ -

News video: Coconut Crab Attacks Bird

Coconut Crab Attacks Bird 01:32

Occurred on March 2, 2016 / Chagos Archipelago (British Indian Ocean Territory) Info: "Coconut crab (Birgus latro) can weigh up to nine pounds, measure three feet across, and climb trees to hunt for..
Source: Viral Hog Content -

News video: Cracking The Case of Amelia Earhart

Cracking The Case of Amelia Earhart 00:43

What do you think about this unproven theory?
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News video: Coconut grab goes hunting - TomoNews

Coconut grab goes hunting - TomoNews 02:08

CHAGOS ISLANDS, INDIAN OCEAN — A giant coconut crab on an island in the Indian Ocean was caught catching a seabird. According to Dartmouth college biologist Mark Laidre who captured the rare..
Source: TomoNews US -

News video: Did Coconut Crabs Play A Role In Amelia Earhart’s Disappearance?

Did Coconut Crabs Play A Role In Amelia Earhart’s Disappearance? 01:17

Thanks in large part to a recent viral video about the strength and savagery of coconut crabs, a less popular vision of Amelia Earhart’s ultimate fate has resurfaced. The disappearance of..
Source: Geo Beats -

 

Giant crab 'as strong as a lion' crushes and kills a BIRD

giant crab 'as strong as a lion' crushes and kills a bird
The deadly coconut crab climbed a tree and crept up on a sleeping sea bird in its nest on the remote Chagos Islands in the Indian Ocean.
MailOnline

Not a crabby affair at this food festival in Mumbai

It's that time of the year when the Juhu outlet of Mahesh Lunch Home bids an ode to the humble rock crab, one of the specialties on its Mangalorean seafood menu. It's the 17th year for the crab and..
DNA

Hermit crab wears horrific doll's head as a shell due to a lack of affordable housing

Hermit crabs are just like us: they need a safe place to hide from terrible humans. A crab believed to be found in the Pacific's Pitcairn Islands was recently spotted with a rather unusual shell: a..
Mashable

Don't mess with the coconut crab, one of the strongest pinchers on land

Coconut crabs might be the heavyweight champions of all crustaceans. The largest land-dwelling crab on Earth, Birgus latro can lift about 66 pounds with its pincers and can pinch with about 750..
L.A. Times

Coconut Crab Claw Strength Rivals Lion's Bite, Study Shows

Lions, tigers and crabs ... oh my? Scientists measured the incredible strength of the coconut crab, the world’s largest terrestrial arthropod, for a study published last week in the journal PLOS..
Huffington Post

The coconut crab’s pinch is the strongest in the world

Despite having been studied for more than 100 years, coconut crabs have largely remained a mystery to biologists. In a new study, researchers have found the crustaceans have claws capable of exerting..
redOrbit

This crab pinches harder than most animals can bite

The mighty claws of the coconut crab can pinch harder than most land animals, according to new research from Japanese scientists.
USATODAY.com

Could this crab have the most crushing claws?

You might not want to get caught in the claws of the hermit crab's big, scary cousin: the coconut crab.
Christian Science Monitor

Crustacean revelation: coconut crab's claw is stunningly strong

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - It may not be wise to get into a scrap with a coconut crab. Its claw is a mighty weapon.
Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India

Coconut crab claws pinch with the strongest force of any crustacean

The claws of coconut crabs have the strongest pinching force of any crustacean, according to a new study.
Science Daily

Does the coconut crab have the most powerful claws?

You might not want to get caught in the claws of the hermit crab's big, scary cousin: the coconut crab.
Christian Science Monitor

Learn to write about gender

learn to write about gender
The minds behind The Ladies Finger women's zine are finally coming to town. They will take over the Press Club on Saturday to talk about gender bias in reporting. Editors Nisha Susan and Gaurav Jain..
Mid-Day

This brave man hugged a massive crab

this brave man hugged a massive crab
THIS guy’s crazier than a coconut. Mark Pierrot was game enough to cuddle up to the monstrous coconut crab on a visit to Christmas Island.
Courier Mail Also reported by •Herald Sun

Christmas Island tourist Mark Pierrot pictured with giant coconut crab

christmas island tourist mark pierrot pictured with giant coconut crab
Mark Pierrot was brave enough to pick up the massive coconut crab, the largest species in the world, and hold it for the camera as he visited the jungle on Christmas Island.
MailOnline


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