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Thousands of giant crabs amass off Australia's coast. Scientists need your help to understand the phenomenon

By Elodie Camprasse, Research fellow in spider crab ecology, Deakin University
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Spider crabs form huge underwater piles, some as tall as a person. These fascinating crustaceans are on a risky mission – to get bigger.The Conversation

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