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Red crab migration in Christmas Island, Australia

Annual Red Crab Migration on Christmas Island

Red crab migration in Christmas Island, Australia

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Each year on Christmas Island in Australia, the red crabs make an epic journey from the rainforest to the coast.

Ten Amazing Animal Adventures

Ditch the petting zoo for a chance to walk with polar bears or bond with gorillas. Trade that pony ride for some horse surfing or ostrich riding.

The annual red crab mass migration (around 100 million animals) to the sea to spawn has been called one of the wonders of the natural world and takes place each year around November; after the start of the wet season and in synchronisation with the cycle of the moon. The Territory of Christmas Island is a territory of Australia in the Indian Ocean.

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

The new women’s empowerment video “Woman’s World” finds the successful 67 year-old shape shifting into women of various ages, races and...

Crabs of Christmas Island

The red crab exhibits one of the most spectacular migrations on earth, despite manmade obstacles.

This magnificent wall is just one of 60 dive sites around Christmas Island. ©CITA

SIPADAN.COM - Sipadan Diving Resort ( Official Website )

Scuba Diving in Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai. PADI Dive Resort offering Diving and Snorkeling Holiday Packages in Borneo, Sabah, Malaysia. Dive Sites and Travel Information.

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Diving with whale sharks, Christmas Island

What's it like to encounter a whale shark in the deep blue? There are a just a few places around the world where you can go diving with whale sharks.

Celebrating the Holidays on Christmas Island

The author and his wife forego the darkness of their Alaskan home to celebrate the Christmas holiday on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean.