One of the world’s largest wildlife migrations happens now as over 50 million blazing red crabs travel from the jungle to the coast of the National Park in Western Australia, with the movement beginning soon after the first rain of the wet season.
The crustaceans can be observed swarming across roads, bridges, rocks, and streams in order to reach their breeding grounds in time.
Red Crabs are a delicacy with aphrodisiac properties throughout the Pacific, however, they are a protected species in Australia and cannot be eaten.
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