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The story behind the red crab migration on Christmas Island

You may have seen the viral images of millions of red crabs shutting down roads as they crawl across Australia’s Christmas Island. Here’s the story behind their migration ... 🦀

12/13/2021 8:58 PM

410 comments

  • Miing S.
    2 days

    Can these be eaten?

  • Tanya B.
    2 days

    People find them I their beds and showers???? NOPE! 😵

  • Lanie C.
    2 days

    Are they edible?

  • Andrew A.
    3 days

    Does this happen every year? Couldn't quite tell from video or could be me not paying enough attention.

  • Sandra M.
    3 days

    Amazing

  • Andrea F.
    4 days

    Thank s Nadia and people for give It help to the nature for a best future

  • Tommy S.
    4 days

    Good eating right there.

  • Jean B.
    4 days

    are they edible 🤔

  • Joy K.
    4 days

    Cool!

  • Debra S.
    5 days

    I'll be a crab 🦀 eating fool !! 🦀🍽🤗😋

  • Liz M.
    6 days

    Do the locals eat them?

  • Mario R.
    6 days

    How delicious that they come to your house

  • Marceline L.
    7 days

    🦀️🦀️🦀️🦀️

  • Hafiz A.
    01/19/2022 00:47

    Omg can I get your autograph??!!!

  • Kmy Y.
    01/18/2022 02:47

    Do people eat these🤔

  • Andreà D.
    01/18/2022 02:46

    Chile and I thought the cicadas we're bad 😆

  • Jenny L.
    01/17/2022 23:16

    Thank you

  • Charlotte B.
    01/17/2022 14:50

    Pwede nako diri puyo

  • Nuzhat A.
    01/16/2022 14:15

    Crab safetyr jonne atto kisu! Come to Bangladesh! We run Cars over people!

  • David H.
    01/16/2022 05:38

    In Trinidad they wouldn't be much of a problem....they just be a pot of curry crabs 🦀 .......

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