Fiddler crab’s drumming shows off the size of its home
Anglia Ruskin University/PA WireBy New Scientist staff and Press AssociationIt’s not just arm waving. Male fiddler crabs use their huge claws to advertise the size of their home – and their fitness — to prospective mates. Male banana fiddler crabs (Uca mjoebergi) try to catch a female’s attention by waving their brightly coloured major claw in the...
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