1. Listen to a ghost crab frighten away enemies—with its stomach rumbles  Science Magazine
  2. Ghost crabs use teeth in stomachs to 'growl' at predators  The Guardian
  3. Ghost crabs use teeth in their stomach to growl at their enemies  New Scientist News
  4. Ghost crabs can produce an angry growl with teeth in their stomach which they evolved to digest food  Daily Mail
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Crustaceans have evolved a second way to communicate with predators and competitorsCrustaceans have evolved a second way to communicate with predators and competitors

Listen to a ghost crab frighten away enemies—with its stomach rumbles | Science | AAAS

Marine biologist Jennifer Taylor of the University of California, San Diego and colleagues studied 30 Atlantic ghost crabs - or Ocypode quadrata - in a laboratory setting.Marine biologist Jennifer Taylor of the University of California, San Diego and colleagues studied 30 Atlantic ghost crabs - or Ocypode quadrata - in a laboratory setting.

Ghost crabs can produce an angry growl with teeth in their stomach which they evolved to digest food | Daily Mail Online

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