Male crabs perform a ‘dance’ after beating rivals

Scientists from the National University of Singapore have suggested that the dance is a way to dissuade competitors from returning.

It's embarrassing enough to lose out to a rival, but male crabs go to the extra effort of rubbing it in their contender's face.A new study has found that male mangrove crabs perform a victory mating dance after beating out rivals.The dance serves as a way to discourage the rival from coming back for more, according to the study.Scroll down for video