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The Coconut Crab holds the record for being the largest Arthropod that lives on land; you can already tell that it’s a big species of crab. Its body can measure up to 16 inches and its entire length (from leg to leg) can reach up to three feet and three inches wide. Coconut Crabs like eating coconuts – but that’s not all. It can also climb coconut trees (and actually li The Coconut Crab holds the record for being the largest Arthropod that lives on land; you can already tell that it’s a big species of crab. Its body can measure up to 16 inches and its entire length (from leg to leg) can reach up to three feet and three inches wide. Coconut Crabs like eating coconuts – but that’s not all. It can also climb coconut trees (and actually likes climbing this particular tree). A Coconut Crab can tear open a coconut with its strong claws. Stay away from those pincers! As land animals, Coconut Crabs have lungs instead of gills. While they started out as larvae and lived in the water for some time (they had gills back then) – an adult Coconut Crab is 100% a land-dweller. In fact, it can drown when left in the water for too long. Excited to learn more about the Coconut Crab? Get a copy of this book and discover more fascinating information about this animal.


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The Coconut Crab holds the record for being the largest Arthropod that lives on land; you can already tell that it’s a big species of crab. Its body can measure up to 16 inches and its entire length (from leg to leg) can reach up to three feet and three inches wide. Coconut Crabs like eating coconuts – but that’s not all. It can also climb coconut trees (and actually li The Coconut Crab holds the record for being the largest Arthropod that lives on land; you can already tell that it’s a big species of crab. Its body can measure up to 16 inches and its entire length (from leg to leg) can reach up to three feet and three inches wide. Coconut Crabs like eating coconuts – but that’s not all. It can also climb coconut trees (and actually likes climbing this particular tree). A Coconut Crab can tear open a coconut with its strong claws. Stay away from those pincers! As land animals, Coconut Crabs have lungs instead of gills. While they started out as larvae and lived in the water for some time (they had gills back then) – an adult Coconut Crab is 100% a land-dweller. In fact, it can drown when left in the water for too long. Excited to learn more about the Coconut Crab? Get a copy of this book and discover more fascinating information about this animal.

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