How Did the Ice Age Create the Mississippi? Tributaries Delta 支流
Where Else Does Water Affect? hydroelectric power 水力发电
The Oceans Lobster 龙虾 Red King Crab Red king crabs are able to grow quite large - the largest king crab on record had a leg span of nearly five feet across.
Did you know? <ul><li>When a crab grows too big for its shell, it sheds its shell by absorbing water and cracking it, a process called molting . Juvenile crabs molt more often than adult crabs because they are growing more rapidly; at larger sizes, king crab may skip molt as growth slows. A crab will molt at least 15 to 20 times in its lifetime. </li></ul><ul><li>Until its new shell hardens, a crab that has molted is known as a " soft-shell crab " and may be more vulnerable to predation. </li></ul>
<ul><li>Only male crabs can legally be caught and sold. In the subsistence fishery, where crabs are caught for personal consumption, only males can be legally retained. </li></ul>Did you know?
What Influences Climate? Ocean latitude elevation Landform