Caption: A coconut crab can use its powerful front claws to lift up to 62 pounds
Coconut crabs live on islands throughout the Pacific Ocean.
3) Coconut Crab
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The paper explains that the coconut crab
, scientific name Birgus latro, is "the world's largest terrestrial invertebrate, growing to what Charles Darwin described as 'a monstrous size.
They theorize: "The strong claws of the coconut crab
are likely associated with the loss of shelter it underwent through the course of its evolution.
Robber or coconut crabs
- They climb trees to get coconuts, crack them with their claws, and eat the meat.
when local children and families will stroll down the red carpet to meet the crustacean cast, including Japanese spider crabs, which can grow to 15 feet across, and coconut crabs
, so named for their ability to crack open coconuts with their powerful claws.
Since Earhart went missing, several theories have made the rounds, with the latest one blaming coconut crabs
for eating the pilot's remains after her plane crash-landed on Nikumaroro, or Gardner Island.
Harry Jaminola also exposed us to the very succulent coconut crabs
from Pola, Mindoro Oriental.
One moment you're dining with the islanders: "When a feast is planned, pulaka pits are raided, coconut crabs
are hauled from their burrows, birds are lured down from the sky, and local pigs are doomed.
The five-tank Claws exhibit features Japanese spider crabs, which can grow to 15 feet across, and coconut crabs
, named for their ability to crack open coconuts with the power of their claws.
In Batanes, you must try the incredible coconut crabs