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Kiwaidae

Kiwa is a genus of marine decapods living at deep-sea hydrothermal vents and cold seeps. The animals are commonly referred to as "yeti lobsters" or "yeti crabs", after the legendary yeti, because of their "hairy" or bristly appearance.

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The Kiwaidae (commonly known as the Yeti Crab) is named after the mythical Polynesian goddess of shellfish, Kiwa.

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