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Crab shell with a human face?

Crab shell with a human face?

An unbelievable video clip was posted on the Facebook page of “I like, I share” on September 30.

Some things are so strange that you don’t believe them even when you have seen them with your own eyes.

A video of a crab with human head on its shell surprised Facebook users because it seemed like the crab was blinking like a human.

Content image - Phnom Penh Post

According to the comment on this one-minute clip this crab can now be found in O’Reang-ou district in Kampong Cham province, while others rejected this claim saying it was in Sangkat Khmuonh, Sen Sok, Phnom Penh..

The video also stirred discussion among young people, with some wondering if it was possible that crab shells can have a human head in the first place.

To prove that the video is real, the owner of the page shared a photo link showing another crab with human head on the shell; very similar to the crab in the video.

Although having an image along with the video, young Facebook users are still wondering if the picture and video are fake or real. In one reaction to the ongoing discussion, one user’s wrote: “Now the crab that is shown in the video is really located in O’Reang-ou district, Kampong Cham province. And if anyone would like to see it you can come but you better hurry up because crabs don’t live long. Now a lot of people are walking and passing by to see it.”

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