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An amazing number of crabs that vary in size, shape, and color inhabit the state's waters. Among them are the speckled crab, lady crab, black-fingered mud crab, ghost crab, and purse crab. Blue crabs are the major edible crabs in North Carolina and the state's most economically important seafood species.
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Standing two feet tall and having a wingspread of five feet, the great horned owl is an impressive hunter and predator. It has a natural camouflage that makes it difficult to spot, and its eagle-like wings give it a powerful lifting capacity.
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Feeding birds during the winter months provides them with needed nourishment and gives the provider many pleasurable moments of bird watching.
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