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article imageGoPro camera shows day in the life of a crab net

By Michael Thomas     Jan 6, 2014 in Internet
Bunbury - YouTube user Scott Murray recently attached a GoPro camera to a crab net to record what happens on the ocean floor. The results are surprisingly fascinating.
The video was recorded in Bunbury, the third-largest city in Western Australia.
One the crab net is lowered with some bait inside, it takes little time for a school of fish to jostle each other for a few bites. Before long, the camera picks up its first few crab visitors. According to a Reddit discussion on the video, the crabs filmed are likely Blue Swimmer Crabs.
The second time the net is brought back up to the surface, it's got a crab in it, and it sure does its best to not end up as dinner.
Watch at about the two-minute mark for one of several appearances by a ray, and wait until the end for a brief dolphin cameo.
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