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Giant Crabs in Chesapeake Bay

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Washington Post environmental reporter Darryl Fears explains that climate change is creating supersized crabs in Chesapeake Bay that are wreaking havoc on other species.

Guests:

Darryl Fears

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Comments [3]

Mike from Tribeca

A very informative and engaging guest. Thanks.

Apr. 11 2013 02:23 PM
Hal from Brooklyn

The good news:

Larger crabs means McCormick & Co. will have to make more Old Bay Seasoning.
More Old Bay Seasoning means more jobs at McCormick & Co.

The bad news:

Rampaging herds of giant killer crabs!!!

Apr. 11 2013 01:43 PM
Peg

It's not only male fish in the Chesapeake that are exhibiting female traits. The male children in the northern latitudes are also becoming feminized. Our modern "convenient" lives with all our pollutions are proving very inconvenient for our's and so many other species.

Apr. 11 2013 01:39 PM

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