A Caribbean Bounty: Providencia Island’s Black Crabs — Repeating Islands

Slow Food reports on an initiative—Providencia Black Crab Presidium—to protect the survival of the black land crab (Gecarcinus ruricola) of Providencia and Santa Catalina, small Caribbean Colombian islands, where the numbers of crabs are declining due to urbanization, mass tourism, deforestation and climate change, among other factors. Slow Food writes: The crabs once lived across […]

via A Caribbean Bounty: Providencia Island’s Black Crabs — Repeating Islands

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