Making your way to Australia’s Christmas Island to witness its annual red crab migration isn’t the easiest of trips, but now there’s an easier way to see it happen: Just catch a glimpse on Google’s Street View.
The pictures were collected by Alasdair Grigg from Parks, Australia, using Google’s Street View Trekker 360 late last year. (Red crab migration generally starts at the beginning of October or November.) The images reveal some of the approximately 40 to 50 million crabs that make their way from the forest to the coast.
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Author: Johnny Lieu
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