Worth $60,000 a gallon: Why horseshoe crab is priced so high
Crab population has fallen by 80% in 40 years
Every year 500,000 crabs are collected from the US East Coast
The horseshoe crab is effectively a living fossil—it’s been on Earth for 450 million years. But in just a few decades, humans have presented what is arguably the biggest threat yet to their continued existence.