Ghost Crabs Use Teeth in Their Stomachs to Growl at Predators

Scripps Institution of Oceanography researchers found Atlantic ghost crabs use teeth in their stomachs to growl during aggressive interactions. They say it's the first evidence of an animal using stomach sounds to communicate.
Published: 8:56 AM MST September 11, 2019
Updated: 8:15 AM MST September 11, 2019