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February 28, 2021


"After conducting research and speaking with veterinary staff, the aquarist team decided to attach a block of material to the top of the crab’s shell to increase buoyancy and allow her to stand with less effort," the Aquarium said.

(Thanks to Ralph)


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This is exactly the same technique that Kubrick used to film the supposed Moon landings.

I'll reserve judgement here until I hear what Dr. Fauci has to say about this.

If the operation had failed, the veterinary staff would still have had the makings of a tasty dip.

Not the answer that I expected to the question, "How do you make a crab float?". I was hoping for something involving ice cream.

Speak for yourself, Dave. I, for one, do not want a crab with a life-buoy on my back.

Where could a person get one of these for his wife?

Asking for a friend.

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