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When you can cruise around plucking scallops in 50 feet and place them into
a sack clipped to your torso with these little darlings reaching up to envelop
you without making dust and I'm talking where you almost cant see the sand
That is absolutely amazing! On such barren substrate, what ARE they living on? Each other?
This is a regular migration of spider crabs from Tasmania that happens every year. They move around the bay feeding at various sites, including some of the piers where us divers get to watch them. The sandy area in the video can be full of life, on nights dives I have done there you see a lot of octopus coming out of the sand to feed.