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Not a yeti but a crabe yeti !
The Yeti Antarctic crab is a very hairy, white crustacean. A team of researchers has found Yeti crab colonies more than 2,600 meters deep in the frozen waters of Antarctica. The animal survives by cultivating its food thanks to the bacteria which cling to its hair. There are two other Yeti crab subspecies around the world that live in the South Pacific, off the Easter island (Chile). Photo credit: University of Southampton
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