It’s migration season for spider crabs in Australia, which sends eager divers underwater to try and capture the awesome phenomenon.
What one diver saw, however, took him totally by surprise. Thousands of spider crabs creeping along the ocean floor in a giant pyramid, moving slowly but surely along the basin of Port Philip Bay.
Could you image stumbling upon this? Crabs aren’t too scary, but there’s something about thousands of them clumped together and moving around that makes me cringe at the thought of hopping into cloudy water at the beach this summer.
Either that, or it’s because there’s something strangely similar to the subway at rush hour.
This is your WTF video of the day…