Are they a protected/restricted species? Because I just see uncooked dinner walking around.
also they have a pouch that stores delicious coconut fat/oil.
I don't get the cannibalism tag. Are coconut crabs cannibals? Do they eat each other or are the biscuits are made of crab?
After some digging (har-har), I see where some people call them "cannibals" because they'll eat dead crab carcasses, some from their own species. That's being a scavenger. A cannibal, I would think, actively seeks out the flesh of his kin, often killing them to get it.
Robber crabs emit a terrible white noise.
Test footage for a live-action adaption of one of Guy N. Smith's giant killer crab novels, i.e. Night of the Crabs, Crabs on the Rampage, Crabs: Human Sacrifice, etc.
Sometimes, when I'm sad, I watch industrial food preparation and arthropod/crustacean videos. I seem to think crabs are the most orderly of creatures. I crave efficiency and control. Crabs and "How's It Made?: HAGGIS" seem to solve these deficiencies.
I'd imagine there's only just so much room in a crab's brain, so the number of 'IF/THEN' operations is pretty low.
It's interesting that you're so aware of that.
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