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Another kind of black coral (Leiopathes) hosts a spidery crab. Another kind of crab is at right. This trio was found in just over 400 meters of water on the West Florida Escarpment. Crabs and shrimp hunt for small food items amid the coral’s arms and polyps. (Image courtesy of the NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program, Gulf of Mexico Expedition)

Another kind of black coral (Leiopathes) hosts a spidery crab. Another kind of crab is at right. This trio was found in just over 400 meters of water on the West Florida Escarpment. Crabs and shrimp hunt for small food items amid the coral’s arms and polyps. (Image courtesy of the NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program, Gulf of Mexico Expedition)

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