Trivia: What is the world’s largest species of crab?
The correct answer is Spider crab
So why is this answer correct? : Spider crabs have an average leg span of 12.5 feet and weigh up to 45 pounds. They’re found in the waters of the Pacific Ocean near Japan, where they are a delicacy. These giant crabs live deep in the ocean — from 160 feet to 1,600 feet — making them very difficult to fish for. They’re often served steamed, boiled, or grilled and taste similar to lobster.