A bright purple crab and four other species were found on the Philippine Island of Palawan.
This neon colored crab was discovered by Hendrik Freitag, of Germany's Senckenberg Museum of Zoology reported News 24.
These crabs are hard to miss in that their bodies are a bright purple color and claws are almost a florescent orange reported National Geographic.
According to News 24, these crabs lay their eggs in fresh water, and the eggs emerge into already young crabs. They normally forge for food at night.
Freitag told National Geographic that these crabs evolved by a fluke and that there is no real use for the color except for show.