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Young naturalist inspecting a horseshoe crab shell. The carapace was empty. If this was a live animal, picking up by tail could cause injury to the crab. Location: Lower Patuxent River, Maryland; Photo Date: 1985 Summer; Photographer: Mary Hollinger, NODC biologist, NOAA.