Written by Staff Writer
20 Jun, 2015 | 3:21 pm
Tiny tuna crabs have been washing ashore themselves on Southern California shores in unprecedented numbers.
The red tuna crabs have been dying in hordes on beaches from San Diego to Orange County, although some have been washed back out to sea alive.
The plankton-eating crabs, native to the waters of the Gulf of California, Baja California and the California Current, are one to three inches (2.5-7.6 cm) long and resemble tiny lobsters.
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