This image was taken while I was visiting Galveston Island State Park in Texas. Great part of the beach was covered with these crawling little guys. As soon as I would get close to them, they would bury themselves back under the sand. The crabs in the image are known as Fiddler Crabs they are easily recognized by their distinctively asymmetric claws. Found in mangroves, salt marshes, and on sandy or muddy beaches, fiddler crabs are easily recognized by their distinctively asymmetric claws.
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