Almost blind, albino crab discovered in deep cave in Northeast India

Main report: New Species Discovered in Meghalaya Cave: The Blind Albino Crab
(Eclectic Northeast (India))

Scientific Paper: to be published in Zootaxa   
New Taxa: Teretamon absarum
Species named for: discoverer's parents Ahsan Absar and Farzana Absar
Categories: Crustaceans | New Species

India’s eighth longest cave in Meghalaya has revealed on almost blind, albino crab that had to date remained hidden in the darkest corners of the 7.3 km long cave.

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