crab

All Noun
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  • Large numbers of king crab are also caught in Russian and international waters.
  • In some places the crabs have been found hundreds of miles from the sea.
  • Queen crab refers to different species in different parts of the world.
  • This entire group is composed of small crabs - the largest being slightly over two inches across.
  • Apart from that you can see a lot many red crabs walking on the beach.
  • They live in large groups, so are commonly called soldier crabs.
  • Its name is Latin for crab and it is commonly represented as one.
  • They also are called giant crab spiders because of their size and appearance.
  • Most land crabs have one of their claws larger than the other.
  • Small fish can be seen in a stream that the trail passes over, as well as crabs.
  • Some of the island's residents only stay part of the year and work in the crab and boat yards.
  • The fish processing plant has been converted to process crab and most recently seal.
  • It is named after the large colony of Land Crabs on the island.
  • Although the genus Cancer formerly included most crabs, it has since been restricted to eight species.
  • A marine tank holds live small fish, crabs and sea stars for close examination.
  • Every year in the summer, the town has the Blue Crab Festival.
  • In general, and despite their common name, hermit crabs are social animals that do best in groups.
  • However, she is aware that the crabs do not like human flesh and they won't attack her.
  • After a while, they come to a tide pool and meet a crab.
  • Live food often includes crabs and small fish.
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Meaning of crab

  • noun Decapod having eyes on short stalks and a broad flattened carapace with a small abdomen folded under the thorax and pincers
  • noun A quarrelsome grouch
  • noun The edible flesh of any of various crabs
  • noun A stroke of the oar that either misses the water or digs too deeply
    he caught a crab and lost the race
  • verb Direct (an aircraft) into a crosswind
  • verb Scurry sideways like a crab
  • verb Fish for crab