This crab claw was festively decorated with lace-like barnacles festooning its otherwise scary pincher...
Note: Webster's Dictionary does not recognize the word "pincher" but growing up around crawfish and crabs, I can tell you they are exactly that, PINCHERS.
Another note: Now, I am told by the dictionary that the plural of crab in this instance should be "crab." Apparently, one is not supposed to say, "I have crabs" or "Do you have crabs?" as it is an entirely different conversation for a different post. Good to know.
Anyway, all I was really just trying to show you something cool I found and ended up getting an English lesson.
So enjoy the fancy claw and don't tell anyone you have crabs.