Port and Pacific Rock Crab

Hataya Tubtim

Over 110 years old, the Port of Long Beach is the second busiest port in the United States and is home to more than 1,000 various species of land and marine life, including the Pacific Rock Crab. It can be found eating crustaceans such as hermit crabs and bivalves, snails, and echinoderms throughout the coastline. While increasing pedestrian safety, this crosswalk mural conveys the relationship between land and sea life.

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Type of Art

Year Completed

Council District

Neighborhood

Status

Active

Commissioned By

Business Improvement District

Accession Number

898

Port and Pacific Rock Crab

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Address 231 Pine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802, USA (get directions)

GPS Coordinates 33.769842300962985, -118.19240297883044

Location Name Pine Avenue

Location DescriptionLocated on Pine Ave between 1st St. & Broadway

Long Beach Transit Bus Routes

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Photo Credit(s)Downtown Long Beach Alliance