This is a picture of a mud crab with parasites in its gills. According to IEatIShootIPost, they are just “harmless barnacles, with the scientific name octolasmis growing on the gills of the crab. They are commensals not parasites, so they only grow on the gills without affecting the crab. Quite safe to eat”
We don’t know about you, but our hair is standing on its ends since this morning.
Here’s a video of it MOVING!!
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