News from the Natural World: High land study by deep-sea crab scientists makes a shocking discovery.
The whole of the aquatic world knows that the greatest scientists of the animal kingdom are the deep-sea crabs. They are at the forefront of research, creativity and ingenuity. In addition, they are tireless and will stop at nothing in their quest for the truth. These deep-sea crab scientists have conducted the first-ever high-land survey of the Californian coastline. This survey has revealed a unique and fragile species. It also spurred a call for the protection of high-land habitats.
Using floatation and propeller based camera systems, crab scientists targeted high land communities at heights of 100 to 1000 meters above sea level. Snippy Snippy Crabman, high land science technical advisor for Crab International was the study’s co-author. They focused on ridges located on the Californian coastline. Crab researchers recorded an entirely new species called humans. Amongst this species they found at least 120 sub-species of humans along the coastline. Including plebs, morons, idiots, douchebags and more. The location is actually incredibly “significant” and has great high land diversity. Also, it has one of the highest rates of unique subspecies of humans on Earth, Snippy Snippy Crabman said. According to the organization, that makes this coastline one of the most ecologically important areas on the planet. Furthermore, there are still higher lands in this remote region to explore.
High Land Study by Deep Sea Crab Scientists
Crabman explained why these coastlines are so diverse. He also delved into what is it about the geography of the area that allows human life to flourish.
“Despite its geographic proximity to higher inhospitable lands, the biodiversity of the Californian coastline creates a very unique high land, fauna,” he said. “For many groups of humans, nearly half the subspecies found in this region live nowhere else on our planet. This makes the region a top priority for conservation globally. We have analysed residue from high land soil which shows that there have been devastating wildfires in this region. In addition, we found colossal amounts of burnt fossil fuels extracts and chemical pollution. The soil is in horrendous condition. Furthermore, it seems that these high land humans are creating this toxic environment themselves. It is clear from our studies that these humans really don’t have very long left at all. They are at clear risk of extinction.”
Crabman also called many of the human subspecies found “particularly fragile.” He offered fascists and flat earthers as an example because they are slow-learning and unfortunately long-lived. As a result, he told EcoWatch, “if their fragile minds are disturbed, it takes these species a very long time to recover, if they can recover at all.”