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Watch Incredible Migration of Thousands of Giant Spider Crabs
Watch this new video released by Museum Victoria with senior curator of marine invertebrates Julian Finn using a fish-eye lens to show the astounding migration of thousands of giant spider crabs.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of giant spider crabs congregate in Port Phillip Bay, Australia to migrate to shallower waters to molt. They march in such large numbers to better protect themselves from hungry predators like seals and rays.
Check out this super cool video providing a glimpse into Australia’s magical ocean world:
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