By By Mike W.A.C.H. The Ghost crab, known for its red skin, green scales and black, white and blue eyes, has a history of sightings across the world.
The Ghost Crab, which was first captured in India in 1858, has been known to live in the waters of China, India, Indonesia and Thailand.
It is not yet clear whether this is a ghost crab or a phantom crab.
But what is known is that the ghost crab is one of the largest of the giant sea turtles.
Its body can reach up to 30 feet (9 meters) long and can grow to a length of up to 15 feet (4 meters) in a single day.
It can live for up to 70 years.
Ghost crab has been seen swimming off the coast of California, and has been sighted in Florida and Mexico.
It is believed that ghost crabs live in warm waters.
They are said to be very active, but have very slow growth.
In the last few years, ghost crabs have been spotted in the Pacific Ocean.
In February, a ghostly ghost crab was spotted swimming off San Diego, California.
Ghost crabs can live up to 60 years, but in the wild, they have been seen to live for only 12 to 25 years.
They can reach lengths of up of 18 feet (5 meters) or more.
In other words, the ghost crabs are the oldest living creature on Earth.
The ghost crab lives in a group of about 10 to 20 animals, the oldest being a male ghost crab that can be found in the Bahamas.