BBC Earth – Crab vs Eel vs Octopus – Blue Planet II

Crab vs Eel vs Octopus – Blue Planet II

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* Crab vs Eel vs Octopus – Blue Planet II *
To get to their feeding ground these crabs must cross treacherous waters where a hungry Moray Eel and Octopus are on the hunt – lurking just below the surface. In this clip its crab vs eel and crab vs octopus – watch to find out if the crabs make it to their feeding grounds in one piece or if the eel and octopus nab themselves a tasty meal. This clip is taken from the 6th episode of Blue Planet II, narrated by Sir David Attenborough.

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