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The biggest crab you have ever seen!

The Japanese spider crab has the greatest leg span of any arthropod, reaching up to 5.5 metres. This spicies can live more than 100 years. Spider crabs benefit a marine ecosystem by eating dead animal and plant material. Spider crabs have poor eyesight. They use little sensing organs on their legs, similar to taste buds, to help them find food.

Batfish

The orange coloring of juvenile batfish, for instance, makes them look like dry leaf in the current.

Spiny Lobster

Spiny lobsters are found in almost all tropical Ocean. They tend to live in crevices of rocks and coral reef, only occasionally venturing out at night looking for food.

Razorfish

The narrow shape of the Razorfish allows them to swim between the spines without risk of injury.

Batfish

The orange coloring of juvenile batfish, for instance, makes them look like dry leaf in the current.

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Batfish

The orange coloring of juvenile batfish, for instance, makes them look like dry leaf in the current.

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Spiny Lobster

Spiny lobsters are found in almost all tropical Ocean. They tend to live in crevices of rocks and coral reef, only occasionally venturing out at night looking for food.

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Spiny Lobster

Spiny lobsters are found in almost all tropical Ocean. They tend to live in crevices of rocks and coral reef, only occasionally venturing out at night looking for food.

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Razorfish

The narrow shape of the Razorfish allows them to swim between the spines without risk of injury.

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Razorfish

The narrow shape of the Razorfish allows them to swim between the spines without risk of injury.

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