8 Invasion of Pacific Crabs in Murmansk Bay [video]

Invasion of Pacific Crabs in Murmansk Bay [video]

Posted on July 27, 2018 by tim



Thousands of Pacific crabs in bay near Murmansk. They are alien specie for this place (Pacific is over 9000km away). During USSR they try to breed them here, now an invasion happening. Video:

The crabs eat a lot of food and other biological species of Murmansk sea, which some call problem.

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8 Responses to “Invasion of Pacific Crabs in Murmansk Bay [video]”

  1. Rob Nordmann says:

    Its the same in every fjord in Norways border areas to Russia.

  2. Ron says:

    I bet they will try to blame Russia for this too. I think the reason they migrate like this is global warming and changes in ocean currents and temperature.

  3. Sarthurk says:

    Global warming is a myth, Ron. Please stop perpetuating it. That’s Al Gore’s job.

    • British Petroleum says:

      Climate Change does exist, but we thank your earnest support. Unfortunately (for you), the profits are private…

  4. Jeremy says:

    Why don’t they start catching them like all other crabs?

    • Rob Nordmann says:

      Oh, they doo, in huge Quantum’s, but there is a limit on how many they can catch every season. The crab is wished by both the Russians and Norwegians, its huge money.
      There is a “border” with the North cape in Norway, where everyone can fish freely on the crab. They do not wish the crab south of North cape.

  5. oldbikr says:

    Always nice to have a problem you can eat.

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