King crabs, are a family of crab-like decapod
crustaceans chiefly found in cold seas. They are especially
found in waters of alaska and canada. Their large size
means that many species are widely caught and sold as
food. King crabs are generally believed to be derived
from hermit crab ancestors, which may explain the asymmetry
still found in the adult forms. Although some doubt still
exists about this theory, king crabs are the most widely-quoted
example of carcinization among the Decapoda. A delicious
Caught by commercial crabbers who brave the cold and rough Alaskan waters to bring home their catch for consumers to enjoy. One of the most sought after seafood species in the world.
Soft Shell crab
Queen crab ( snow, opilio)
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