PHOTOS: A World of Crabs from One Tiny Island

PHOTOS: A World of Crabs from One Tiny Island
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The furry-looking, slow-moving common hairy crab traps sediment in its long, mop-like hairs, allowing the creature to blend in with its environment.
—Photograph by Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, National University of Singapore
 
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