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What is a Crabs? This may seem like an oxymoron to some, as crabs are actually the extinct genus Opisthokonta, but the truth is that they are not actually any crabs at all. These crustaceans are a group of semi-amphibian, cephalopod creatures, belonging to the family of shrimp and crabs. There are different types of crabs, each having its own unique features, but the family as a whole is divided into three main subspecies, namely, Opisthokonta gillense (the common "crab"), Opisthokonta herberti (the "sailor's crab"), and Opisthokonta kochi (the "prawns of the sea").
Crabs are decapitating or otherwise called "stabbing" crustaceans, of the order Caudata, that normally have a long projecting "tails", usually concealed entirely underneath the thorax. They are commonly found in freshwater, salt water, and even in saltwater and freshwater marshes, are usually covered with an exoskeleton, with only a few pairs of bony pincers protruding from the shell. The first step in recognizing an Opisthokonta crab is to note that their body is often shaped in a conical shape, like an oblong. On their upper and lower limbs, there are usually two sets of jointed claws, the first with a toe and a claw coming from the front, the latter with a toe coming from the back. These claws are used to hold the body together and in breaking shells.
Opisthokonta crabs are called "crabs" for many reasons, including the fact that they resemble those of "crabs" found on other terrestrial plants. A number of modern species can be seen walking around in ponds and lakes. One of these species is the common "grass crab". These crustaceans are commonly found in shallow ponds, but they are also often found swimming in deeper waters. They may also be found around rocks and coral reefs. Their name was derived from Greek words, meaning "bitten by a crab".