Thousands of tuna crabs invade San Diego’s beaches, El Niño could be the culprit

Thousands reddish-orange tuna crabs have been washing ashore along San Diego’s beaches. It’s thought the unusual sight is because of warmer-than-normal waters in the Pacific Ocean near the California coast. The tiny crustaceans have appeared from Point Loma to Newport Beach to Santa Catalina Island since early this year but now the crabs have begun to come ashore in San Diego over the past two weeks. Read the rest here 19:55

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