How big is the biggest blue crab?


In Maryland, the biggest blue crab on record was a male measuring in at 9 inches. The Maryland DNR has also reported some blue crabs in crab surveys that came in even larger at 10-11 inches big. The blue crab is also known as the blue claw crab.
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