It was “the invasion of the land crabs.”
That is how one Florida home-owner described an inflow of the crustacean looking for refuge at his home in Port St. Lucie final week.
“Oh my goodness, I noticed all these crabs and I stated, ‘Wow!'” Dan Scovern instructed WPTV on Friday of the creatures. In a video posted on-line, Scovern says they had been “rained out of their holes” following heavy rain that hit the realm.
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The crabs – of which there seem like dozens – are hooked up to and crawling alongside the home-owner’s porch display screen.
“They’re all over the place! Everywhere in the display screen!” he stated. “Have a look at ’em. … They’re extra petrified of me than I’m of them.”
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Scovern instructed the information station the crabs had been “a very good 6 inches, 7 inches lengthy. They had been a fairly good dimension with actual huge claws, actual huge crab claws.”
Ultimately, the land crabs fled. The home-owner stated in his video the “invasion” has occurred earlier than — generally even “yearly, loopy.”