A leading marine biologist interviewed about the case pointed out that the most likely cause for the crab biting the woman's vagina was that it may have mistaken it for an oyster. "In many ways, both in visual appearance and smell, the female genitals are very similar to oysters and other molluscs. Horn-eyed ghost crabs are usually very shy and don't approach humans unless threatened, so the obvious conclusion is a case of mistaken identity."
Sunday, June 04, 2017
Surreptitious Acts and Baffled Crabs