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The Yeti Crab, K. puravida, discovered in 2006, lives in methane seeping fissures 3,300' deep and has recently been shown to harvest bacteria which live on their hairy arms and eat them. Check out the video! via nationalgeographic ##Yeti_Crab #Marine_Biology #nationalgeographic
New Family of deep-sea crab from hot vents. Its conspicuous fur has given it the informal name, Yeti crab, after the hairy abominable snowman.