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How a thumb-sized climate migrant with a giant crab claw is disrupting the Northeast's Great Marsh ecosystem

By David Samuel Johnson, Associate Professor of Marine Sciences, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
South of Cape Cod, fiddler crabs and marsh grass have long had a mutually beneficial relationship. It’s a different story in the North, where the harms can ricochet through ecosystems.The Conversation

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