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Coconut Crab: Your Worst Nightmare

  • Coconut Crab: Your Worst Nightmare


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  • 8 Most Dangerous Crustaceans in the World


    Since ancient times, man has eaten all kinds of underwater creatures: fish, shellfish and arthropods. But people have special preferences for crustaceans. This group of sea creatures is considered a luxury food. In fact, three-quarters of the world's first cookbook ever consisted of recipes based on crustaceans.
    Today, the meat of these creatures, rich in protein and almost calorie-free, is a main ingredient in many national cuisines. Crabs, crayfish, shrimp and lobsters are consumed in France, Spain, Portugal, Japan and many other countries. However, among the 72 thousand varieties of these creatures, the percentage of crustaceans that are consumed by humans is quite small, because there are many dangerous, strange and frightening species. Do you want to see them? That's what we're gonna show you today.

  • 52 Coconut Crabs Invade Campsite Looking For Food After Smelling BBQ in Christmas Island


    A family trying to enjoy a spring camping barbecue on an idyllic Australian island got more than they bargained for when quickly surrounded by dozens of giant robber crabs.

    The ferocious looking crustaceans, also known as coconut crabs, measure up to a metre in length and have a strong sense of smell.

    As the unwitting family enjoyed an al fresco barbecue while camping on isolated Christmas Island, off Western Australia's far north-west, the crabs swarmed around them looking for food.

    The crabs are harmless despite their scary looks, although (as their name suggests) they are regularly known to steal items from campsites.

    A series of amazing photos of the barbecue show more than 52 of the clawsome creatures eagerly awaiting a chance to snack on some leftovers.

    Winter McKendrick, the daughter of one of the other families on the trip, looked unfazed as the enormous crabs surrounded her as she ate her dinner on her fold-up camping chair.

    One brave crab was pictured scaling the side of the table to get better access to the family's meal.

    Amy Luetich and her family have lived on Christmas Island for a few years and were camping with some other families in Grants Well, which is in the jungle part of the island.

    'We have camped in that area a few times and we have never seen so many robber grabs,' Mrs Luetich told.

    She said when they arrived there were 20 under a tree, which had started to seed.

    'But as soon as we started cooking, they swarmed around us. My son counted 52 of them,' the deputy principal said.

    'His job was to pick them up and move them away from where we were eating. He was loving it.

    She said because they had lived on Christmas Island for a while they were used to seeing the robber crabs.

    'Then they started to climb up to the table, and another climbed onto the barbecue,' Mrs Luetich said.

    'We kept our tents away from where we had eaten, but one of the families said the whole night they could feel one tapping on the outside of their tent.'

    'Coconut crabs have an incredible sense of smell and for slow moving creatures they sure move quickly when there's food around.'

    Christmas Island has the largest population of robber crabs in the world.

    The robber crabs are good to eat, tasting like a cross between a mud crab and a lobster. But while they are considered a delicacy with aphrodisiac qualities across the Pacific, they are a protected species in Australia and can't be eaten.

    Visitors are warned that while the crustaceans are docile, they can move quickly when they sense food.

    Tourists are told to hang their food in a tree and keep an eye on it at all times - particularly on Dolly Beach.

    Drivers in the area are also asked to drive slowly so as not to run over the crabs.

    Australians who live in WA are able to visit Christmas Island despite travel bans across the country.

    Tourists are warned that robber crabs are 'protected and respected' on the island.

    Christmas Island had its ownership transferred from Singapore to Australia in October 1958.

    The island has been used as an off-shore detention centre since 2016, and was closed for a brief period.

    The Sri Lankan Biloela family are housed in the facility,

    However, Christmas Island is also known for its stunning wildlife.

    The island is home to 25 million red crabs, which stay on land until they move to the ocean to breed and then the infants return to land.

    Whale sharks are also a feature of the island during this time of year.

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  • Worlds LARGEST Coconut CRAB Catch Clean Cook Asuncion Island, CNMI


    These truly are the largest Coconut Crabs in the world! The CNMI and it's government have done an amazing job protecting these crabs so that they can be harvested in a sustainable manner! Huge Shout out to Jun for taking us on such an amazing Crab Hunt!!! To anybody wondering or concerned, all the crabs seen in this video were released, unharmed. We had permits to take Coconut Crab on the Island of Pagan, but instead, the Crab I cooked was previously captured on the island of Rota, Froze and then I cooked it once I needed it back on Saipan. The reason for filming this video was to educate the public on the amazing resources located on the northern Islands of the CNMI!

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  • Why Do Things Keep Evolving Into Crabs?


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    For some reason, animals keep evolving into things that look like crabs, independently, over and over again. What is it about the crab’s form that makes it so evolutionarily successful that non-crabs are apparently jealous of it? 

    Thanks to Franz Anthony for all of the ancient crab (and crab) illustrations featured throughout this episode! And special thanks to Dr. Jo Wolfe, Dr. Javier Luque, and Dr. Katie Collins for assisting Franz with research for those illustrations.

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  • Epic Lobster vs Coconut Crab Battle


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  • Why Crabs Become TERRIFYING The Deeper The Ocean Gets


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    Beauty comes in many forms, but what if that just happens to look like a football field absolutely chock full of writhing crabs?

    Today we're looking into mola mola, or the useless giant ocean pancake; Xenoturbella Churro, or the lovely ocean sock; And the snippy clippy, needle-armed Japanese Spider Crab, aka taka-ashi gani. Let's get into it.


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  • Rare King Crab & Coconut Crab - Eating Delicious Seafood


    The natives did a catch n cook of the two most delicious crabs the Rare King Crab & Coconut Crab! Support my channel with some Cavy Merchandise here

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  • Japanese Spider Crab: The Original Kaiju


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    Examining the nature of the beast.

  • Japanese Street Food - GIANT COCONUT CRAB Seafood Okinawa Japan


    The coconut crab (Birgus latro) is a species of terrestrial hermit crab, also known as the robber crab or palm thief. It is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, and is probably at the upper size limit for terrestrial animals with exoskeletons in recent times, with a weight of up to 4.1 kg (9.0 lb). It can grow to up to 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in length from leg to leg.

    The large size of the coconut crab and the quality of its meat means that the coconut crab is extensively hunted and is very rare on islands with a human population. The coconut crab is eaten by Southeast Asians and Pacific Islanders and is considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac.

    The pincers of the coconut crab are powerful enough to cause noticeable pain to a human; furthermore, the coconut crab will often keep its hold for extended periods of time.

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  • Pistol Shrimp: The Super-Powered Crustacean


    Meet the Pistol Shrimp, a tiny shrimp that hunts using weaponized bubbles.
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  • See This Giant Land Crab Attack a Bird | Nat Geo Wild


    Coconut crabs are the largest land invertebrates, reaching sizes of over 3 feet in leg span and a weight of up to 9 lbs. Along with eating their namesake, coconuts, the crabs have been observed catching bigger prey like rats and birds, as well as fruits and nuts.
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    Their presence on small islands may have a great effect on the nesting behavior of birds. Islands that contain coconut crabs have been observed with little to no bird populations.

    Read more in Watch This Giant Land Crab Attack an Unsuspecting Bird.

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  • Finding King Crab Under Coconut Trees On The Beach During Raining


    Finding King Crab Under Coconut Trees On The Beach During Raining

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  • The Giant Japanese Spider Crab


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  • Amelia Earharts Plane Was Finally Found


    Amelia Earhart is one of America's most famous pilots - unfortunately it's because she went missing, and was never found, until now. Scientists have recently found pieces of her jet, on a small island, along with remains, and debunk the story that she was actually a spy!

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    As the most well-known female aviator in the world, setting aerial record after aerial record, the name Amelia Earhart echoed through the country, plastered on newspapers nationwide. She was the creme de la creme of aviation pioneers in the ’20s and ‘30s. But then came the horrific, fateful day in 1937, when Amelia became famous for a very different reason: her unsolvable, mysterious, shocking, and tragic disappearance.

    All kinds of wild theories have circulated since the disappearance: was she a spy captured by the Japanese? Did she sink to the bottom of the ocean? Did she return to the US and live a double life over in New Jersey? Or is there another more likely avenue? Thanks to modern technology and the ongoing expeditions of a few dedicated individuals, we finally have the answers.

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  • Episode 13 Coconut Crab Feast - 30 Day Survival Challenge


    Capturing tow coconut crabs in one night makes for a real feast.

  • Episode 3 Steve Vs Coconut Crab - 30 Day Survival Challenge


    Steve runs into a giant Coconut Crab while on a mid-night stroll and attempts to catch him with his bare hands.

  • Why Stone Crab Claws Are So Expensive | So Expensive


    Stone crab claws are one of the priciest seafoods you can buy. Depending on their size, claws can cost as much as $70 per pound. Unlike most other crustaceans, it's illegal to harvest the body of a stone crab, so fishermen must only collect the claws before returning the rest of the crab to the ocean. So what makes these claws so coveted? And why are they so expensive?

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  • Fiji remote Island Catching Coconut Crab February 17, 2020


    How we catch Coconut Crab while stranded on one of the 300 plus islands in Fiji .Ca'audrove waters off Laucala Island. This island is only a haven to Coconut Crab, Different types of Sea Birds, Chicken's and Turtles, plus White Sandy Beach and crystal clear blue waters.

  • MONSTER MUDCRAB HUNT - Coconut Chilli Crab Catch n Cook


    In a remote area amongst the Mangroves in search of a Giant Mud Crab. With an amazing Sri Lankan coconut chilli crab recipe in mind. What a cook up!

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  • THE BIGGEST ALASKAN KING CRAB ever cooked in Vietnam - Seafood street food in Vietnam


    This is THE BIGGEST ALASKAN KING CRAB ever cooked in Vietnam for sure. Vietnam imports a large amount of Alaskan king crabs for their internal use. In Vietnam, people chose to eat Alaskan king crab for special events. Each Alaskan king crab has about 10 legs, enough for a gathering dinner meal which is around 10 people. According to Vietnamese chefs, the best way to cook Alaskan king crab is to steam it for 15 minutes. By steaming the whole Alaskan king crab, people can taste the most of the natural sweetness and freshness from the meat of the crab. FYI: Alaskan king crab is an expensive dish in Vietnam. However, it's the fresh Alaskan king crab. You can try a much cheaper version which is frozen/cooked Alaskan king crab legs for Vietnam street food. Many Vietnamese street food vendors carry frozen Alaskan king crab legs in their menus. I'm happy to share with you my Vietnamese street food adventure so far????. Love from ????????.

  • Sharks Attack - When Worst Fears Become Reality | Free Documentary Nature


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    Sharks also do attack people, and, with more human activity focused on the coastlines of the world, these attacks are becoming more common. While attacks are happening more, most are usually not fatal – the shark lets its victim live, to swim another day.

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  • Giant Coconut Crab – the largest land crab in the world


    The coconut crab (Birgus latro), is the largest land-dwelling crustacean earth. We saw them on a small island of Zanzibar (Tanzania). The fishermen of the island told us this crab.
    It is fast, likes to palm trees to climb and eat coconuts. Adult coconut crabs are large about 40 cm. They weigh up to about 4 kilograms. The span of the legs can be up to 1 meter tall.
    The shearing of the coconut crab have great power.
    They live on land.
    Die Kokosnusskrabbe (Birgus latro, Palmendieb), ist das größte an Land lebende Krebstier der Erde.
    Wir sahen sie auf einer kleinen Insel auf Sansibar (Tansania). Die Fischer der Insel erklärten uns diese Krabbe. Sie ist schnell, liebt es auf Palmen zu klettern und Kokosnüsse zu fressen. Ausgewachsene Kokosnusskrabben werden ca. 40 cm groß. Sie wiegen bis zu ca. 4 Kilogramm. Die Spannweite der Beine kann bis zu 1 Meter groß sein. Die Scheren der Kokosnusskrabbe haben große Kraft. Sie leben am Land.
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    The Japanese spider crab is a species of marine crab that lives in the waters around Japan. It has the largest leg span of any arthropod. They go through three main larval stages along with a prezoeal stage in order to grow to their great size. The genus Macrocheira contains multiple species.
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  • Did GIANT Crabs Eat Amelia Earhart?


    The strange and unexplained disappearance of Amelia Earhart, is a mystery that still plague's scientists and forensics until this day. Various theories have been put forth, but none have actually ever been confirmed. Join me today as we dissect these theories and draw our own conclusions as to what happened to Amelia.

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  • Coconut Crab - When crab can eat coconut


  • Hunt for Giant Coconut Crab EP1 pt1


    Hunting for Giant Coconut crab on San Jorge Island, we travelled more than 10km across to the other side of the island (from Talise village to Tagru). From there we paddled on dugout canoe to reach our target destination.

    We came across few giant C/crabs but there were hard to reach (deep beneath massive boulders/rock). We decided to search further inland where less rocky. After long hours of searching...finally our effort paid off.

    We managed to catch three giant C/crab. Our first catch is one recorded on film. By the time we came across the second one and third one..the battery camera is low/ unfortunate.

    By the time we return home, its already dark. We cooked the crabs the next day.

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  • Coconut Crab The largest crab in the world | Things around


    Although most people don't think about crabs as bone-crushing, kitten-eating, mastodons of the tropics, most people have never met this terrestrial hermit crab. About the size of a small dog, the coconut crab - otherwise known as the robber crab or palm thief - is the biggest arthropod in the world, often weighing up to nine pounds. These nightmare crabs look more like an alien from outer space than a species of Earth, and their look isn't the only crazy thing about them.

    There are plenty of creepy coconut crab facts. These guys can use their four-foot-long legs to scuttle quickly from place to place; burrow into dark holes in the ground, and even climb soaring coconut trees. Sometimes known to take down a small mammal, the coconut crab is a true marvel of nature and one that continues to frighten and titillate anyone nearby.
    The coconut crab is the largest crab in the world

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  • Octonauts - The Biggest Crab Ever | Triple Special | Cartoons for Kids


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    The Octonauts meet the biggest type of crab ever - the Spider Crab!
    The Octonauts are an adventure team who explore the world’s oceans, rescue the creatures who live there and protect their habitats – above and below the waves (from the rainforests of the Amazon to the deepest depths of the Midnight Zone).
    Captain Barnacles Bear, ex-pirate Kwazii Cat, medic Peso Penguin and the rest of the crew fearlessly dive into action, deploying a fleet of aquatic vehicles, including their Octopus-shaped home-base, the Octopod.
    Based on the richly imaginative books by Meomi, this sci-fi animated series combines immersive visuals and submersive humor to transport young children into a world that is both real and fantastic, full of mysteries to unravel and surprises around every corner.
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  • Red Crabs risk it all to complete their Journey


    Red Crabs are endemic to Christmas Island. A land Crab that every year completes an epic journey from the rain forest floor to the beaches of the island. These crabs cannot breathe under water but risk their lives to deposit their eggs into the sea. 10 million or more do this every year ,its well documented and its become a tourist attraction. The crabs get special treatment with some roads being blocked from traffic. Just don't forget to shut your doors during the migration.
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    In this video, we feed my giant red hermit crab and my saltwater pool pond! Enjoy!



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