...as compared to the massive continuity of ducks.
And now, what has been the creepiest thing I have seen all week: a clam eating salt off a table.
Seriously, just watch it.
I don’t understand this is just a video of me eating anything
Okay so the rest of this person’s youtube channel is basically the weirdest mix of One Piece and raw footage of car accidents. Also, this clam video.
OH MY GOD ITS SO CUTE I WANT LIKE 12
no nO GET IT AWAY IM SCared
its so cute i want one as a pet.
I don’t know what my feelings are about this. It’s kind of cute. It’s of creepy. It’s kind of surreal, because I’ve never seen a clam do anything but sit there. Being happy.
OMG THIS IS HORRIFYING.
Red crab migration
The red crab is by far the most obvious of the 14 species of land crabs on Christmas Island. Every year over 150 million red crabs move from inland shelters to the shore for their annual breeding season. This occurs at the beginning of the wet season (usually October/November).
The main migration can last up to 18 days. Masses of crabs gather into broad columns as they move toward the coast, climbing down high inland cliff faces, and over or around all obstacles in their way, following routes used year after year for both downward and return migrations.
Movement peaks in the early morning and late afternoons when it is cooler and there is more shade. Because if caught in open areas, in unshaded heat, the crabs soon lose body water and die.
Christmas Island is a small Australian-owned territory located in the Indian Ocean, approximately 300 miles south of Jakarta, Indonesia. A small population of 1600 residents live on the area of 50 square miles.