PHOTOS Scientists gather to find way to monetize invasive green crabs

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Scientists gather to find way to monetize invasive green crabs

AP

07:13, June 07, 2018

A plate of cooked green crabs is seen, Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in Portland, Maine. Food scientists have gathered in Portland to find a way to monetize invasive green crabs, which are a major pest in shellfish harvesting communities. [Photo: AP]

Cooked green crabs are seen, Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in Portland, Maine. Food scientists have gathered in Portland to find a way to monetize invasive green crabs, which are a major pest in shellfish harvesting communities. [Photo: AP]

Jamie Bassett, a crabber from Chatham, Mass., gives presentation on culinary uses for the green crabs, at a conference, Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in Portland, Maine. Food scientists have gathered to find a way to monetize invasive green crabs, which are a major pest in shellfish harvesting communities. [Photo: AP]

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