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In the late afternoon the ghost crabs, also called sand crabs (Ocypode cursor) emerge from their sand burrows to patrol the beach, franticly running back and forth to avoid the waves and to constantly probe the sand for food with their sensitive pincers. A sea turtle hatchling coming in their way is doomed.

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Wild Wonders of Europe / Solvin Zankl
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In the late afternoon the ghost crabs, also called sand crabs (Ocypode cursor) emerge from their sand burrows to patrol the beach, franticly running back and forth to avoid the waves and to constantly probe the sand for food with their sensitive pincers. A sea turtle hatchling coming in their way is doomed.