‘Fluffy’ crab that wears a sponge as a hat discovered in Western Australia

Family found a Lamarckdromia beagle specimen washed up on the beach in Denmark in southern WA

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A “fluffy” crab discovered off the coast of Western Australia has been named after the ship that carried Charles Darwin around the world.

The new species, Lamarckdromia beagle, belongs to the Dromiidae family, commonly known as sponge crabs.

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