Hundreds of thousands of tiny red crabs invade Calif. beaches

Hundreds of thousands of tiny red crabs invade #California beaches

  • Lifeguards estimate that hundreds of thousands of the tiny crustaceans washed up Friday on beaches in Newport Beach.
  • The Orange County Register reports that pelagic red crabs are usually found off Baja California, but currents that are part of the El Nino weather pattern are sweeping them north.
  • May 13, 2016 photo shows tuna crabs washed up onto the beach at Shaw’s Cove in Laguna Beach, Calif. Pelagic red crabs are usually found off Baja California but currents that are part of the El Nino weather pattern are sweeping them north.

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@10NewsWTSP: “Hundreds of thousands of tiny red crabs invade #California beaches”


(NEWSER) – Thousands of tiny red crabs are carpeting beaches in Orange County and creating an amazing spectacle for swimmers and surfers, the AP reports .


Hundreds of thousands of tiny red crabs invade Calif. beaches

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