The red king crab has no predator in Northern Europe

They're multiplying in the Barents Sea. And they're heading West. Meet the red king crabs. 🩀

03/25/2018 8:10 AM


  • Jay S.
    5 days

    Do they taste good ?

  • Fitri
    5 days

    Invasive species yet the price like limited edition thing

  • Matthew H.
    5 days

    Thanks to the Russians (Soviets)

  • Alex B.
    04/05/2021 21:46

    No natural predators? Just fishing boats catching hundreds of thousands of pounds a day

  • Sol'Rhā R.
    04/05/2021 08:51

    Looks delicious

  • Leo Y.
    04/04/2021 22:49

    I found somewhere to spend the stimulus lmao

  • Glezelis P.
    04/04/2021 21:34

    I can eat them all in few years

  • Craig H.
    04/04/2021 20:54

    maybe the rogue fishing ships need to go up there? Of course capitalism won't want them depressing the price by saving the ecosystem

  • Stephen P.
    04/04/2021 20:51


  • Gheorghie G.
    04/04/2021 03:14

    It’s expensive

  • Kristina D.
    04/03/2021 07:18

    Man 👹 is it’s natural predator.

  • Joseph T.
    04/02/2021 12:31

    Yeah because humans don’t eat any crab

  • Vaughn S.
    03/31/2021 16:31

    No known predators? Say less. All I’ll need to pack is butter and Cajun seasonings.

  • Plava L.
    03/31/2021 05:56

    Why aren’t they eating them??? Man....

  • Delaney R.
    03/30/2021 21:20

    I am personally willing to eat the invasive species. How do I get them?

  • Clint B.
    03/30/2021 09:03

    Simple solution is to introduce Mukbang in Northern Europe LOL

  • Shirley P.
    03/27/2021 09:10

    My thought too! how come they are not being eaten?

  • Tiarn P.
    03/21/2021 00:14


  • Matt R.
    03/19/2021 04:53

    why is the music so intense?? also what is the music?

  • Maurie L.
    03/18/2021 23:52

    No natural predators? Boil some water, cher!

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