Is this a 50-foot crab called Crabzilla?
A photograph of a giant 50-foot crab, dubbed Crabzilla, went viral after it was published in the UK newspaper Sunday Express on 12 October 2014. The aerial photograph of Crabzilla was originally posted to Weird Whitstable, a website dedicated to strange sightings in the Kent area, back in 2013.
Is the ‘Crabzilla’ photo real?
The ‘Crabzilla’ picture was first shared on the Weird Whitstable blog in 2013, and later in the same year, another giant crab picture with open claws was posted to the site. There were no credible reports or images to corroborate the authenticity of the images.
Was Crabzilla spotted on the Kent coast?
The aerial photograph of Crabzilla was originally posted to Weird Whitstable, a website dedicated to strange sightings in the Kent area, back in 2013. The blog posted a second photo of crabzilla in July 2014 which showed two enormous crab claws reaching out of the water:
Is this Crabzilla lurking in the shallow water?
Crabzilla: The photograph, above, which has been shared online, appears to show a crustacean that is at least 50ft wide lurking in the shallow water. It dwarfs the fishing boasts resting on the nearby pier
Is this huge crab just yards from Whitstable’s Harbour?
Residents of Whitstable were left shocked when a photo emerged appearing to show a huge crustacean just yards from the coastal town’s harbour. But sea-life expert Dr Verity Nye, who has worked on logging new species of crab, says it is impossible one of the creatures could grow so big.
Is Crabzilla real or fake?
An image of a 50-foot crab, dubbed “Crabzilla” was reported in Whitstable harbour in Kent in October 2014. The photo went viral before being exposed as a fake. Sponsored links Crabzilla Let’s first take a look at the story which went viral in October 2014.