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In the memetime

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@americanbeetles I hate the thin arms. I hate their faces and their bodies and their claws. But when I look at them zoomed in I just kept seeing crab parts :[ I mean they're almost...? decapods...? sort of?

Ainsley S @americanbeetles

@shingworks amblys have a very crabby posture tbh

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@americanbeetles even deep in remote caves, you'll find crab fans and wannabes