A table made of solid oak with a strong reference to the shape of a crab, specifically the Fiddler Crab. The family of these tables includes four different color variations in the table top or crab’s “shell”, with common the color of their “legs” in natural oak, while the dimensions of height, length and width change depending on the type of crab and the corresponding artistic connotation of the object and use of the table. Different variations offer a particular set when selected more than one table – crab and placed side by side or in any other configuration. Also available in other crab table types: Sand Crab, Red Rock Crab and Fresh Water Crab.
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The Fiddler Crabs belong to approximately 100 species of semi-terrestrial marine crabs. This entire group is composed of small crabs – the largest being slightly over two inches across. They are found along sea beaches, lagoons and swamps. They exhibit a constant circadian rhythm in a controlled laboratory setting that mimics the ebb and flow of the tides. Finally, they turn dark in the day and light in the dark.