Tiny Tuna Crabs Wash up on California Beache

The beaches are red in Orange County.
Tiny tuna crabs have been washing up by the thousands on some Orange County beaches.
The Orange County Register reports that the crustaceans, which look like tiny lobsters or crawfish, created a bright red rim along the shoreline of Dana Point, San Clemente, Newport beach and Huntington beach on Sunday.
Experts say the 1- to 3-in long crabs normally live off Mexico’s Baja peninsula, but are going farther north because of the warm water that has lingered off southern California for the past year.