Japanese Spider Crab (Macrocheira Kaempferi)13ft leg span/41Ib.. They are massive!

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  4. homofactory reblogged this from dundee998 and added:
    these things are horriblekawaii
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    oh, we have these at the aquarium. a few months ago, a few of them opened up this plate on the bottom of their body and...
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    i would wrestle this thing
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    NOPE
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    Spawns of Satan.
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    did a research project on this. yes, they’re slow, but they’re KNOWN for killing people and being deadly in japan. giant...
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    new dish at long john silvers
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  22. theanimalguy reblogged this from blamoscience and added:
    fucking HUGE
  23. hongshiriya reblogged this from blamoscience and added:
    probably delicious as well
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