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Pushed in by the high tide and the solid winter swell, Aquarium visitors and staff willing to brave the rain on a gray Monterey day were treated to a rare sight to sea. Indeed, before late last year, pelagic red crabs had not been seen in the bay since the massive El Niño of 1983. Usually found off of Baja and southern California, these bio-indicators of warm water and shifted currents have once again found prime conditions to invade—and be ingested—off our back deck.

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Pushed in by the high tide and the solid winter swell, Aquarium visitors and staff willing to brave the rain on a gray Monterey day were treated to a rare sight to sea. Indeed, before late last year, pelagic red crabs had not been seen in the bay since the massive El Niño of 1983. Usually found off of Baja and southern California, these bio-indicators of warm water and shifted currents have once again found prime conditions to invade—and be ingested—off our back deck.

Pelagic Red Crabs Take Over Aquarium's Great Tide Pool

Jan 8, 2016 - Pelagic Red Crabs cruising around the tide pool at Monterey Bay Aquarium Pushed in by the high tide and the solid winter swell, Aquarium visitors and staff willing to brave the rain on a gray Monterey day were treated to a rare sight to sea. Indeed, before late last year, pelagic red crabs had not been seen in the bay since the massive El Niño of 1983. Usually found off of Baja and southern California, these bio-indicators of warm water and shifted currents have once again found prime conditions to invade—and be ingested—off our back deck.

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Pushed in by the high tide and the solid winter swell, Aquarium visitors and staff willing to brave the rain on a gray Monterey day were treated to a rare sight to sea. Indeed, before late last year, pelagic red crabs had not been seen in the bay since the massive El Niño of 1983. Usually found off of Baja and southern California, these bio-indicators of warm water and shifted currents have once again found prime conditions to invade—and be ingested—off our back deck.

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