14 Replies to “Breeding habits of Horseshoe Crabs – Insect Worlds – Episode 3 Preview – BBC Four”

  1. The first arthropod appeared in the cambrian so don't bring this nonsense about ancestors of arthropods appearing 400 million years ago.

  2. Horseshoe crabs are awesome and really important to us humans, but they are not insects. They're closer to scorpions.

  3. I love how they can't tell us what happened to an airplane when it disappears off radar but the know we crawled out of the ocean 400 million years ago. …retards

  4. I love how they can't tell us what happened to an airplane when it disappears off radar but the know we crawled out of the ocean 400 million years ago. …retards

  5. I love the BBC! Benny hill got me hooked. lol… I wish you had lots of full length nature videos. great channel.

  6. Why not mention the thousands of birds eating the eggs of the horseshoe crabs. Are there enough to not worry?

  7. I used to watch this crab orgy every summer in Wildwood NJ.Horshoe crabs have blue blood .its a strange sight !

  8. Horseshoe crabs are from the subphylum chelicerata, not hexapoda. Hence they are not within the sphere of 'insect worlds' unless you are using the term based loosely upon phylum arthropoda.

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