GPS technology monitors world's biggest land crabs

11/19/2012 | Our Amazing Planet

Scientists used GPS technology to analyze the behavior of 55 robber crabs on Christmas Island, south of Indonesia. Their research, published in the journal PLoS ONE, revealed that the crabs commonly live within a small home area such as between tree roots or in crevices.

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