Advertisement

natureNature
clockPUBLISHED

Watch What Happens When An Octopus Gets In The Way Of A Crab Migration

author

Chris Carpineti

author

Chris Carpineti

Senior Video Editor

Chris is a senior media editor with a background in graphic design and degree in film and television production.

Senior Video Editor

Melbourne divers were surprised to see spider crabs migrating to Port Phillip Bay on February 25, an annual migration that normally occurs from May to July as ocean waters cools.

Chiharu Shimowada has been diving for over 10 years, but said she had never experienced anything like this. When she went diving, many crabs had congregated and could be seen tearing apart what looked like an octopus, an event which can seen in the video below.


ARTICLE POSTED IN

natureNature
FOLLOW ONNEWSGoogele News