The Japanese Spider Crab (Macrocheira kaempferi) is a rare deep-sea crab.
In Game Description
"This is the largest crustacean in the world, with a carapace measuring approximately 16 in. It has 10 long spindly legs with claws at the end of one pair, which grow especially large and long for ,ales. Old records state that the biggest ever specimen was 19 ft."
They normally stay in one place but move around a bit. When poked, they raise their front arms.
- Japanese spider crabs are the largest crabs in the world.
- To the people of Japan, the Japanese Spider Crab was known for being able to cause serious injuries with its strong front claws.