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The invasion of crabs.

Long ago, scientists tried to infuse the Kamchatka crab into the Barents Sea. The first attempt in the thirties was not crowned with success. Then there were more experiments, and finally in the early seventies, it was possible. Today, because of the lack of natural enemies, the crab has multiplied incredibly and will soon turn the sea into a desert - with a big appetite it eats caviar and fry of commercial fish.
Norgs have long since successfully extracted it and traded it all over the world under the “king crab” trademark, but here this crab is guarded more than its eyes and criminal responsibility for its illegal prey. The population is strictly prohibited to catch a crab even for personal consumption. This is how people live surrounded by wealth and delicacies, but they cannot try them. And now, because of the warming, the opilio (snow) crab came on the NSR independently, but the Murmansk people will not try it, because nizzzya! Here is a video from the northern trick to present how much this crab is there:

By the way, due to the lack of natural enemies and diseases, the Barents Sea crab is larger and better than the Far Eastern one. On average, one copy of 20% more meat than in the same Pacific.

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