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A hermit crab, a shiny-eyed shrimp and a crab with fuzzy spines are among over a dozen new species discovered in a deep-sea expedition off the Indonesian island of Java, scientists said.Three new species of spider crabs were discovered during the expedition, the scientists said in a statement.Another discovery was a new species of hermit crab with bright green eyes, according to Indonesian scientist Dwi Listyo Rahayu, also a crab expert and the expedition's co-leader.One new species of shrimp had shiny eyes that reflect light, the scientists said.
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