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This hairy crab is named after the world's favorite monster

A rare crab species gets its name from everybody's favorite monster -- the Yeti. And that's because it's hairy. Very, very hairy. SEE ALSO: Divers come face-to-face with massive Sunfish The yeti crab was discovered in 2005 near Easter Island. Since then, three different types of yeti crabs have been discovered. Scientists found that yeti crabs are blind because they actually don't have eyes.
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