Sea Crab

Contest Info

  • Started: 4/2/2010 11:30
  • Ended: 4/6/2010 17:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 41
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
  • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
Sea Crab
Contest Directions: This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. Photoshop this sea crab image (click to download) any way you wish. Some examples are - making this sea crab perform some stunts, dressing up the sea crab, merging this crab with some other animals or objects, designing a poster with this sea crab, putting the sea crab into some new environment, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Ralph Kiesewetter and Stock Exchange for providing the source photo.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/2/2010 11:30
    • Ended: 4/6/2010 17:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 41
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
This gallery only contains our top 27 selections from its parent contest Sea Crab. All 41 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • HoHouse Has A Halucination

    HoHouse Has A Halucination
  • Can of Crab on the Road

    Can of Crab on the Road
  • Crab Sea Monster

    Crab Sea Monster
  • Crab Abbey Road

    Crab Abbey Road
  • Tiger Woods with Crab Trophy

    Tiger Woods with Crab Trophy
  • Crab Crossing

    Crab Crossing
  • Dollar Crab

    Dollar Crab
  • Crab Life and death

    Crab Life and death
  • Crab About to Attack Girl

    Crab About to Attack Girl
  • Caribbean Crab Pirate

    Caribbean Crab Pirate
  • The Crab Boxer

    The Crab Boxer
  • Crab Mug

    Crab Mug
  • Sea Crab Coming Through Picture Frame

    Sea Crab Coming Through Picture Frame
  • King Crab

    King Crab
  • Crab Racing

    Crab Racing
  • Crab Attacking Tanks

    Crab Attacking Tanks
  • Crab Louis Painting

    Crab Louis Painting
  • Childhood Memories of a Day at the Beach

    Childhood Memories of a Day at the Beach
  • Mutant Scorpion Crab

    Mutant Scorpion Crab
  • Angelina Jolie Crab

    Angelina Jolie Crab
  • Man Holding Monster Crab

    Man Holding Monster Crab
  • Buster Crab in the Jungle

    Buster Crab in the Jungle
  • Toad Crab

    Toad Crab
  • Crab Attacking Another Crab

    Crab Attacking Another Crab
  • Rush Limbaugh Crab Spring Spawning Season

    Rush Limbaugh Crab Spring Spawning Season
  • Crab Being Attacked By Spaceships

    Crab Being Attacked By Spaceships
  • Computer Crab

    Computer Crab
  • Sea Crab found a New Rubber Duck Shell

    Sea Crab found a New Rubber Duck Shell
  • Alien Driver in a Crab

    Alien Driver in a Crab
  • Caravan Crab

    Caravan Crab
  • Jim Carrey Eating a Crab

    Jim Carrey Eating a Crab
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This contest is fueled by the following news: It is rather very easy to distinguish the male crabs from female crabs. To identify, just hold the crab in hands & turn it onto its back. Pleon (abdomen) (pressed to thorax from underneath) in female crabs is broader than in male crabs. Crabs are agile & resourceful, they will try to pinch you on finger and undoubtedly, it will be successful (but the pain is quite tolerable). Females possess broad abdomen not without a purpose. Female crabs breed eggs under the abdomen. When incubation period approaches to end, the female crab goes into sea & releases emerging larvae in salt sea water. Microscopic plankton larvae (zoaea) emerge from very small, but numerous (from 3000- 4000 pieces!) eggs. Eventually very small crabs are formed after 6-8 weeks, after multiple sheddings & having gone through some stages of development. These small crabs get over into coastal pools & mangrove thickets start leading lives like an adult crab. Is it possible to understand the word "fresh-water crabs" in true sense? Of course, such crabs are known. They are also called "River crabs". River crabs are found in rivers with hard alkaline water & completely out of touch with sea. Several tropical kinds of fresh-water river crabs are available, which are found in tropical belt all around the world. Fresh-water river crabs are not encountered in zoo-trade; since it is very difficult to catch crabs in sufficient quantity for trading. Recently one interesting new crab has appeared. It's trade name - Freshwater king crab. Suppliers from South East Asia also specify it's scientific name Parathelphusa sp. It is difficult to say to what extent it is correct. Outwardly, these small crabs with carapace diameter of about 3 - 4.5 cm are very similar to Indian River crabs of kind "Sartoriana".
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