The Blue Crab

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Science

 

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Benjamin L

 

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August 26, 2013

 

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University

 

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It also helps the cycle by being a food source or a prey to many other organisms or aquatic life such as some sharks, eels, drum, spot, trout, cownose, sting rays and off course many humans. Unfortunatly, over the past several years the blue crab population has been continuously decreasing which concerns many because if the crabs soon become extinct how will other predators of the blue crab survive? Also how much of an impact will this be on the financial incomes of Virginia and Maryland? Another question that comes to mind is what is causing the blue crab population to deacrease? The blue crabs play an important role for the economy, the Chesapeake Bay aquatic life, and also for science by increasing the information about the Chesapeake Bay as well as the organisms which live in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed...
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Unfortunatly, over the past several years the blue crab population has been continuously decreasing which concerns many because if the crabs soon become extinct how will other predators of the blue crab survive? Also how much of an impact will this be on the financial incomes of Virginia and Maryland? Another question that comes to mind is what is causing the blue crab population to deacrease? The blue crabs play an important role for the economy, the Chesapeake Bay aquatic life, and also for science by increasing the information about the Chesapeake Bay as well as the organisms which live in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed...
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