Run crabs, run!
Crabs Running Gauntlet Past Eels And Octopus To Get To Feeding Ground

Nature: it’s brutal. Just take my life for example. It’s amazing I’m still alive. *shaking fist at the heavens* Is that all you’ve got?! This is a clip from the BBC’s Blue Planet II, featuring David Attenborough narrating the journey of a group of Sally Lightfoot Crabs on their way to their algae feeding grounds. The 100-meter trip along the Brazilian coast involves repeatedly jumping from rock to rock (I did not know crabs could jump like that) and scurrying across the water while doing their best to avoid hungry chain moray eels and octopuses along the way. Damn! And all for some algae?! I wouldn’t run that gauntlet for anything less than a cheeseburger.