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AMAZING VIDEO: Coconut Crab Killing Bird In Brutal Fashion
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The Coconut Crab is the largest terrestrial invertebrate in the world, with a leg span exceeding 3 feet and a weight of nearly 8 pounds in some cases. The crabs can climb trees and have claws nearly as strong as a lion's jaws. Some have theorized that ...

 
The coconut crab that got lucky - The Straits TimesThe coconut crab that got lucky - The Straits Times
SINGAPORE - It is a scene straight out of a horror movie: A giant, land-dwelling crustacean climbs a tree in the dead of night, seizes a sleeping bird and breaks its wing. Then, the coconut crab climbs back down to the bird, which has fallen to the ...
 
Amazing Video Shows Coconut Crab Killing Bird In Brutal Fashion ... - HuffPostAmazing Video Shows Coconut Crab Killing Bird In Brutal Fashion ... - HuffPost
Coconut Crab sounds like a delicious dish you might order at an Asian restaurant, not a bloodthirsty killer. But a video taken by Dartmouth College biologist Mark ...
 
Coconut crabs are a bird's worst nightmare - Science News (blog)Coconut crabs are a bird's worst nightmare - Science News (blog)
Laidre, an expert on hermit crabs, had been “dying to study” their humongous cousins. Little is known about the crabs, he notes. A study earlier this year looked at the force a coconut crab's claw can exert in the lab. But, he says, “there's still not ...
 
Amelia Earhart Mystery: Was the Lost Pilot Eaten by Giant Coconut ... - NewsweekAmelia Earhart Mystery: Was the Lost Pilot Eaten by Giant Coconut ... - Newsweek
On a summer day in 1937, pilot Amelia Earhart took off with her navigator to fly around the globe, and—according to one theory—eventually crash-landed on a ...
 
Coconut crabs also eat birds - Axios - AxiosCoconut crabs also eat birds - Axios - Axios
In the global battle of crab-vs-bird, for once, the crab wins.
 
Relax from a Stressful Day with This Video of a Crab Brutally Killing ... - VICERelax from a Stressful Day with This Video of a Crab Brutally Killing ... - VICE
Crabs, like octopuses, really shouldn't be found anywhere other than in water or on your dinner plate. Still, from time to time, the spiders of the sea have been ...
 
This Batshit Conspiracy Theory Claims Coconut Crabs Ate Amelia Earhart - InverseThis Batshit Conspiracy Theory Claims Coconut Crabs Ate Amelia Earhart - Inverse
It involves Amelia Earhart — the famous pilot whose demise is the subject of great academic debate — and some giant, bloodthirsty coconut crabs. The funny thing is, that sentence is somehow the the least-weird part of this wild idea. Strap in, folks.
 
Watch This Giant Land Crab Attack an Unsuspecting Bird - National GeographicWatch This Giant Land Crab Attack an Unsuspecting Bird - National Geographic
In early March 2016, Laidre watched as a coconut crab snatched an adult red-footed booby sleeping on a low-lying tree branch, tearing it from the branch and snapping its wing. Paralyzed, the booby struggled as the crab held on with its powerful claws ...
 
Did coconut crabs play a role in Amelia Earhart's disappearance? - AOLDid coconut crabs play a role in Amelia Earhart's disappearance? - AOL
An experiment conducted in 2007 reportedly verified the coconut crab's ability to pull the bones from a pig and spread them across a large area. Many Earhart scholars have dismissed that theory, but, apparently, there are still a number of people not ...
 
AMAZING VIDEO: Coconut Crab Killing Bird In Brutal Fashion - Huffington Post South Africa (blog)AMAZING VIDEO: Coconut Crab Killing Bird In Brutal Fashion - Huffington Post South Africa (blog)
The Coconut Crab is the largest terrestrial invertebrate in the world, with a leg span exceeding 3 feet and a weight of nearly 8 pounds in some cases. The crabs can climb trees and have claws nearly as strong as a lion's jaws. Some have theorized that ...