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Post time 2018-7-3 10:38:18 |Display all floors
(China Plus) US authorities in the state of Maryland have issued a call for people to help track down an invasive species, the Chinese Mitten Crab. Word of this has prompted people in China to pledge their help via their chopsticks!

A call to hunt down Chinese Mitten Crab issued by Maryland's Department of Public Works in Anne Arundel County. [File Photo: Wechat/huanqiu-com]

Authorities are calling for people to help hunt down the China-originated crab, "dead or alive," saying the species could affect the indigenous crab population in local waters.

The appeal has since gone viral on Chinese social media, with numerous people offering to "dine out" on the mitten crab, which is considered a traditional delicacy in Chinese cuisine.

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Post time 2018-7-3 11:51:16 |Display all floors
This post was edited by pnp at 2018-7-3 11:51

Export those hairy crabs to China, where they are a delicacy;  solves the problem and make some money too!  No brainer!

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Post time 2018-7-3 11:53:42 |Display all floors
A country in Europe solved that problem by selling those hairy crabs to Chinese restaurants there, where demand is high!  Europeans are smarter than Americans!

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pnp Post time: 2018-7-3 04:51
Export those hairy crabs to China, where they are a delicacy;  solves the problem and make some mone ...

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Chinese mitten crab?  Never heard of it, it's called hairy crab in China, very delicious, the Americans don't know what they are missing!  Poorv fellows!

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