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On January 6, Christmas Island is expected to be covered in wave of scuttling red crabs making their way from their burrows in the rainforest, across whatever houses, golf courses or roads are their path, to their spawning sites on the island’s beaches.
At one site, a 5m | 16ft high bridge has been built to assist the crabs to cross the road without becoming squashed flat by passing traffic. Elsewhere on the island, underpasses have been built and barriers erected, all to reduce the chance of Christmas Island’s roads becoming a mess of crab paste.