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When krill host social gatherings, other ocean animals thrive
Krill love to stick together in swarms. In a new book, Ashley Ward writes about how these massive social bubbles keep ocean life afloat.
These crustaceans take cheap shots at rivals by growing enormous claws
It pays to be extra crusty.
Crabs And Lobsters Probably Do Feel Pain, According To New Experiments
The jury's still out, but if there's a ghost of crustaceans past, it's definitely coming back to haunt us.
FYI: Why Does Lobster Turn Red When You Cook It?
Consider the chemistry.
2012 Invention Awards: A Better Lobster Trap
The Bait Savour adds the critical time dimension to crustacean catching
Why Sex With Creatures from the Future Is a Bad Idea
Researchers test sexual adaptations in time-traveling brine shrimp
Water Flea Genome is the Most Complex Yet, and May Help Scientists Study Organisms’ Response to Stress
A microscopic, see-through water flea is the most complex creature ever studied, genomically speaking. Daphnia pulex is the first crustacean...
Video: Chinese Vending Machine Sells Live Hairy Crabs
Grab one for a snack on the train!
First Complete Census of Marine Life Catalogs Yeti Crab, Darth Vader Jelly, and 6,000 More
The first-ever Census of Marine Life was announced today, the result of ten years, more than 540 expeditions, 2,700 researchers,...
Researchers See Better Optical Data Storage Through Shrimp Eyes
In the data storage arena, developing smaller systems has always been the name of the game. But UK researchers have...