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 -
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 -
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 -
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 -
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 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
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
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
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
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