Millions of crabs begin their long migration trek to breed on Australia’s Christmas Island.

Millions of crabs begin their long migration trek to breed on Australia's Christmas Island. 1

 

Video shows millions of red crabs heading towards Australia’s Christmas Island in order to breed as part of their annual migration.

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21 Comments on "Millions of crabs begin their long migration trek to breed on Australia’s Christmas Island."

  1. Kevin Lajlim Yang | October 25, 2020 at 4:21 PM | Reply

    Crab meme.

  2. Sparkles & Cheech Melon Cougar Camp | October 25, 2020 at 4:34 PM | Reply

    What’s worse than lobster on your piano? …Crabs on your organ 😷👍🏼

  3. that’s both beautiful as scary and heck at the same time. lol

  4. Holy crab! Australia’s got crabs.

  5. Rahul Chakravarty | October 25, 2020 at 5:00 PM | Reply

    The migration sure sounds nice with the upbeat background music.

  6. CRAB WALK 👈😁

  7. marty meathead | October 25, 2020 at 5:10 PM | Reply

    give em shell….you crabby crustaceans

  8. Charles Edwards | October 25, 2020 at 5:28 PM | Reply

    Are they edible?

  9. why cant a lobster get along with his wife he was married to a crab

  10. Sounds pretty crabby

  11. Look at all that food

  12. CRAB RAVE CRAB RAVE CRAB RAVE

  13. Bad Driving in Hamilton Toronto Area | October 25, 2020 at 8:58 PM | Reply

    Shocked they aren’t being imprisoned for ignoring lockdown rules.

  14. Don’t let Canada’s ingenious ppl there ffs.

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