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Coconut crab, the world's largest terrestrial arthropod
The coconut crab is an endemic species of both the Pacific Ocean and Indian ocean islands. Thanks to its claws, the crab can easily break a coconut and eat it. It belongs to the family of the hermit crab, the coconut crab can measures 1 meter large, which makes him the world's largest terrestrial arthropod. Photo credit: Ben Thouard / The Explorers
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