Awesome Crabs

Stationery Crustaceans

Stationery Crustaceans

These little desktop crabs are ready to hold your pens, business cards, eyeglasses, or even a steak knife in their pincers. Designed by Japanese artist Ahnitol, the crabs are available over on Etsy shop CrabCakes Crafts individually or in a set of four. They also sell a lobster with slightly larger claws.

FightCrab

FightCrab

Alpha footage from Japanese indie developer Nussoft’s upcoming game Kani no Kenka aka FightCrab aka The Fight Game You Didn’t Know You Needed. Watch in awe as two sword-wielding crustaceans battle it out to the death. Loser goes to Red Lobster.

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Carrier Crab’s Spiny Shield

Carrier Crab’s Spiny Shield

National Geographic presents brief, but nonetheless fascinating look at a carrier crab, as he stomps around the ocean floor carrying a spiny sea urchin on his back to scare off predators. A few special guests hitch a ride for their own protection too.

Anemones Are Not Crab’s Enemies

Anemones Are Not Crab’s Enemies

Jonathan Bird’s Blue World shares footage of one of nature’s odd relationships – as a hermit crab helps move a pair of anemones from her old shell to a bigger one. The anemones offer the crab protection, and the crab offers food to the anemones. (Thanks Paul!)

Crab’s Got a Knife

Crab’s Got a Knife

Come at me bro, and I’ll cut you! We’re not sure what made this crab so angry, but he’s got his claw on a knife, and he’s not backing down. All we know is that he’s not going in the pot without a fight.

Handful of Crabs

Handful of Crabs

If these were tiny spiders, we’d be totally creeped out, but there’s something oddly soothing about this video of Jeremias Maluw as he picks up a handful of teensy crustaceans and lets them crawl all over his hand.

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