Why the Size of a Male Fiddler Crab's Claw Matters

From:The Living Beach: Florida

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There are millions of fiddler crabs on the shores of the Sanibel lagoons. The males, in particular, are recognizable by their large outsized claw - used for everything from attracting mates to punching their rivals.