Tunisia: Invasive crabs as delicacy | Global Ideas

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Blue crabs are a serious menace to many other animals in the Mediterranean. Declining fish stocks are a problem for fishermen in Tunisia. Now, some have taken to catching the crabs instead. Around the world, invasive species are upending ecosystems.

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