While scuba diving in a Vancouver inlet to clean the sea floor, Henry Wang came across an animal that an expert identified as a horseshoe crab, native to the Atlantic Ocean along the North American coastline. Wang was excited and posted a short clip of the discovery to social media. Michael Hart, a professor of biological sciences at Simon Fraser University, believes the crab is not alive. He speculates it is an Atlantic horseshoe crab, as the Pacific water around Vancouver is too cold for them to survive. Hart suggests the crab could have been a discarded decoration or an aquarium pet that was dumped in the creek. Wang, the co-founder of Divers for Cleaner Lakes and Oceans, said he did not remove the crab from the water as he was not yet certain if it was dead. The organization has been removing trash from B.C.’s waterways since 2013 and has done over 200 cleanup dives, removing more than 50,000 pounds of garbage. Other interesting discoveries Wang has made include 120-year-old logging tools and a 90-year-old Puget Sound Falling Axe. He considers the horseshoe crab the “craziest” find so far, but expects to find something even more interesting eventually.