Coconut Crab: The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita ~ [Wikipedia]

The Coconut Crab has become extinct in may areas where people live. The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita ~ [Wikipedia]

The Giant Coconut Crab (Birgus latro) is the largest terrestrial arthropod in the world. It is known for its ability to crack coconuts with its strong pincers in order to eat the contents. This crab is more than 3 feet from head to tail and weighs up to 40 pounds, with a pair of large pincers strong enough to open coconuts.

The coconut crab, Birgus latro, is a species of terrestrial hermit crab, also known as the robber crab or palm thief. by Ariadne Van Zandbergen

Coconut Crab They grow up to 3 ft, and are the largest arthropods on land. Coconut crabs are indigenous to small islands in the tropical Indian and Pacific Oceans, and can live up to 50 years or more. Although deriving its name from its coconut-eating tendencies, the coconut crab has a varied diet, which includes feeding on smaller crabs

Coconut Crab They grow up to 3 ft, and are the largest arthropods on land…

And you thought having raccoons in your garbage was bad! - Coconut Crab

Coconut crab

Giant Monster Crab climbs everything! The coconut crab is the largest land-living arthropod in the world. Also known as the robber crab, the coconut crab is .

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BBC - Earth - Coconut crabs are the biggest arthropods living on land

Coconut crab videos, photos and facts - Birgus latro | ARKive

Learn more about the Coconut crab - with amazing Coconut crab videos, photos and facts on Arkive

Coconut Crab Christmas Island

Stock Photo of Coconut Crab Christmas Island. High Quality Coconut Crab Stock Photos and Gloss Prints are available from Oceanwide Images Stock Photo Library.

The Coconut Octopus or veined octopus, found in tropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean

Blue glowing coconut octopus, aka Veined Octopus (worth clicking on to see the bigger picture)

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