Invasive green crabs: If you can't beat them, eat them.

The crustaceans, non-native and fierce, are taking over the Gulf of Maine. Could eating them help draw down the population?

Mike Masi pulls a trap filled with green crabs on to his skiff in York, Maine. Masi, a former high school marine biology teacher, and his partner Sam Sewall, a 4th generation fisherman are part of a small movement to sell the invasive crabs commercially.

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