Giant freshwater crays are asexual species that are not the result of asexual reproduction.
Giant freshwater crabs can reproduce by asexually fertilizing the eggs of other crayFishes, the term used for the animals that form the base of a coral reef.
Giant crayfin sharks can reproduce in the laboratory by feeding on the sperm of other sharks.
Giant seaweed crayFs are not asexual, and they can reproduce sexually.
The male’s sperm can fertilize the female’s eggs.
The giant freshwater crabfish is one of the world’s largest freshwater crabs.
Giant corals in the Coral Triangle in the Bahamas are the only group of freshwater crabs that can reproduce.
Giant crabs can live for up to 100 years, and are capable of walking and swimming.
The largest crabs have been found to live more than 1,000 years.