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The largest land arthopod

Posted by Scanty Demon , Dec 02 2012 · 354 views

Oh it's just some big centipede or something and DEAR GOD WHAT IS THAT LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THAT BUGGER!!
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The coconut crab ladies and gentlemen the largest arthropod that lives on land. Weight 9 pounds at most, like to hang around trash cans. Found on small insignificant tropical islands in the Pacific. That thing is so creepy yet so cool at the same time. 

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It's actually kind of cute.

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Scanty Demon
Dec 03 2012 12:10 AM

It's actually kind of cute.

Hmm... maybe?

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They look fuzzy.
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I love those things. They're so awesomely HUGE!

I also like how unnatural the blue crab looks.

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Coconut crabs are terrifying. The only reason that there haven't been horror movies about them yet is probably that the average viewer is unlikely to believe such a thing could exist unless it came from space, or the bowels of the underworld.

I'll leave with this gem from Wikipedia: "Coconut crabs may be responsible for the disappearance of Amelia Earhart's remains, consuming them after her death and hoarding her skeletal remnants in their burrows.".

Sounds silly, but they have a source...
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They will also eat you if you sit still.

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