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Giant, Martian Crab Monster

It’s definitely not a giant crab lurking in a cave. In fact, it’s just one more example of the sometimes whimsical, always spooky phenomenon known as pareidolia, or the tendency of the brain to see familiar shapes—especially faces—emerging from random patterns. More From The Brief: #FullNewsAudioAvailable


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