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Crab With Golf Ball

Cancer sp.

Physical Characters : This image was taken by a MBARI team in Carmel Bay, not too far from Pebble Beach, CA, famous for its golf course. At first, the scientists couldn't figure out what this crab was holding. Encounters with a golf ball probably don't pose a serious threat to deep sea animals, but not every manufactured object that finds its way into the deep sea is as benign. These are having size upto 8inches (20 cm) carapace length.

Distribution : Mostly these are distributed in Crabs of the genus Cancer are found throughout the world's oceans.

Food : These are mainly scavengers and omnivores and vary their diet to feed on what's available.