Huge blue crabs could upset Chesapeake Bay, scientists say

04/8/2013 | Nature World News

Scientists are concerned that larger-than-normal blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay, caused by carbon pollution, are upsetting the region's ecosystem. While the crabs are growing, the area's oysters are not, a trend that means the mollusks will likely die out in 75 to 100 years if nothing is done.

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