this is the largest crab ever caught and his name is crabzilla. crabzilla is a 10 foot japanese spider crab that was captured in great britain and currently still resides there at the national sea life center in birmingham.

Meet Crabzilla

this is the largest crab ever caught and his name is crabzilla. crabzilla is a 10 foot japanese spider crab that was captured in great britain and currently still resides there at the national sea life center in birmingham.

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"Racing Stripes" The King Cheetah has a recessive fur pattern mutation. First discovered in Zimbabwe in this very rare animal has been seen in the wild only 6 times. About years ago, the population of cheetahs plummeted, perhaps to a single pre

Golden orb weavers have toxic webs | Anguished Repose, nightmares for life, thank you.

Golden orb weavers have toxic webs | Anguished Repose, nightmares for life, thank you.

This video shows the most poisonous, venomous and deadly creatures in the world. Snakes, spiders, insects and sea life, they are all amazing.

This video shows the most poisonous, venomous and deadly creatures in the world. Snakes, spiders, insects and sea life, they are all amazing.

Colossendeis Colossea:  "This large sea spider, from the Canadian Arctic, feeds on corals and other organisms by sucking their contents through his enormous mouth, or proboscis, located at lower right. "

Colossendeis Colossea: "This large sea spider, from the Canadian Arctic, feeds on corals and other organisms by sucking their contents through his enormous mouth, or proboscis, located at lower right. "

Portuguese Man-O-War (Physalia physalis).jpg    Not a nice guy -- got stung by one when I was 9 or 10 years old in the ocean off Long Island

Portuguese Man-O-War (Physalia physalis).jpg Not a nice guy -- got stung by one when I was 9 or 10 years old in the ocean off Long Island

Uda Dennie from Batam Island, Indonesia, can prove you that spiders are actually not all as scary as you might be used to thinking.  33-year-old photographer presents a series of macro photos, where he captures tiny jumping spiders, wearing water droplets as fancy hats on their heads

Uda Dennie from Batam Island, Indonesia, can prove you that spiders are actually not all as scary as you might be used to thinking. 33-year-old photographer presents a series of macro photos, where he captures tiny jumping spiders, wearing water droplets as fancy hats on their heads

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