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BREWSTER — How do you raise a horseshoe crab, a creature whose fossil record dates back 450 million years, whose ancestors weathered ice ages big and small, and who somehow survived predators willing to take a shot at something slow-moving and relatively defenseless?“When we started this project I had no clue. I had never hatched them before,” said Marjorie Williams, senior aquarist at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History. To help people connect with nature, [...]

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