crabs

7.12.19

Remember Crabs? Turns Out They Didn't Disappear Along With Our Pubes

When pubic hair became less fashionable, so did talking about crabs—but they're just as common as they've ever been.

4.24.19

90-Million-Year-Old 'Chimera' Crab Was An Animal Mashup

"We have an idea of what a typical crab looks like—and these new fossils break all those rules."

6.19.18

'Burger,' Today's Comic by Seo Kim

A burger-like crab gets stuck in its worst nightmare.

1.26.18

The Baltimore Crab Cake Shop That's So Good, People Want to Be Buried There

Why this legendary Baltimore crab cake spot is so to-die-for that one patron's ashes were scattered on the floor.

10.17.17
9.26.17

Everything You Need to Know About Crabs

The microscopic crab louse may be in decline, but it’s hardly gone.

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8.28.17

Soft Shell Crab Sandwiches Recipe

A simple batter, then frying, makes these guys crispy as hell, tasty af, and our favorite way to eat soft shell crabs.

4.7.17

How a Tiny Red Crab That Looks Like Batman Cured My Hangover

Sometimes tiny crabs aren't the worst.

10.28.16

Singapore's Best Chilli Crab Is in a 60-Year-Old Public Housing Complex

What’s unique about Mellben Seafood Restaurant, and hundreds of restaurants like it in Singapore, is its location. It would be like one of New York City’s top seafood restaurants running out of Section 8 housing in the Bronx.

9.19.16

Crabbing Is a Delicious Pastime If You Can Stand the Stench of Rotten Fish

For the lucky few who have shunned the rat race of the city to live by perhaps the most beautiful state on the West Coast, crabbing and drinking IPAs is a pastime—despite the fishiness of it all.

9.7.16

Why a Single Crab Has West Coast Researchers Worried

An invasive European green crab was found in Washington State's inland waters for the first time.

8.24.16

Crab and Shrimp Shells Could Be Used to Make Battery Parts of the Future

Scientists building new materials are looking to nature for inspiration.

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