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There are about 7,000 species of crab, a crustacean that lives in all of the world's oceans. Crabs can go from being only a few millimeters big, like the pea crab, to about 13 feet wide, like the Japanese spider crab.
1. What is the name of a huge crab?
- a. Japanese spider crab
- b. Big crab
- c. Giant crab
2. What kind of animal is a crab?
- a. A bivalve
- b. A crustacean
- c. A mollusk
3. How many species of crab are there?
- a. 6000
- b. 7000
- c. 5000