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To have a pet crab is already a little bit unusual. But to feed that crab noodles enters the realm of the weird...and the crab agrees!


In a new video by YouTube user Closer CoC#no.3, his pet crab struggles to figure out how it's supposed to eat a noodle:



It eventually decides to hold the noodles in its claws while slurping them down—a pretty decent strategy! Of course, this crab has developed some skill for eating human foods. Its owner regularly posts videos of it being fed new and exciting treats.



Some meals the crab has trouble eating, but others are surprisingly easy.


Of course, getting to experience a food under water completely changes the experience.


Some of these treats aren't really "food," though they are technically edible.


And lets face it: we all look like this when we eat cheese.

The crab is teaching people to love crustaceans in a way they never have before!



In fact, many could relate to the crab in a very deep, spiritual way.

When can we be outfitted for our crab claws?


Being an adventurous eater ads real spice to your live—good for you, Crab! Keep on trying new things!

H/T - Laughing Squid, YouTube

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