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18

Jan


 Do crabs feel pain? 



Crabs that are shocked in an area will learn to avoid that area, suggesting they will change their behavior to avoid a painful situation.
Crabs that are shocked in an area will learn to avoid that area, suggesting they will change their behavior to avoid a painful situation.
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    STOP COOKING CRABS ALIVE, YOU BRAINLESS BASTARDS!!!
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    Of course they do! It’s a living animal…
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    is that a person fisting a crab?
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    Makes a lot of sense for us cancerians.
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    ^^^^^^ SERIOUSLY THOUGH. what logical scientific inquiry was validated through this “experiment” that is not already...
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