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03/28/2012

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Since the blue crabs seemed to be doing well recently, what do scientists think these latest grass numbers will mean for the crabs (if anything)?

Great question, Desiree.

The decline in grasses will probably hurt crab populations. Junveile crabs need to hide in grasses so they aren't eaten by older crabs, as well as fish. Without this habitat, crabs are more vulnerable.

You know what's fun? Having lumps of spicy granules all over your hands from lumps of old bay that don't ralley add much flavor to the meat. The granules can't easily be wiped off, and when one goes to scratch their nose, a pleasant horrifying burning sensation envelops the face! Super! Oh, and the meat of Maryland crab! The meat! It's a whole 5 ounces of glory, just as much as one can find in ONE good King or Alaskan crab arm.When someone invites you to a Maryland crab bake they're @#$%ing with you. It's like saying that when your hand is bigger than your face, you have cancer and then bap-ing their hand into their face.Get yourself some Alaskan or King crab, melted butter and garlic instead.

What about when the state poisoned the grasses in the l960's? Is there any information available about the name of the program, the cost, the people involved, what substances were used, what was the extent of the damage, how long did it take to kill the grasses etc.? What analyses have been done on the condition of the bottom of the creeks and rivers now as fas as how well they can sustain plant and fish life?

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