For eight years now, Alain, his son Tahitoa and his wife Ruaruhina have been trying, on their own scale, to protect the population of the largest land crab in the world, the kaveu. Their desire was born from a simple observation: its population is rapidly declining in Rangirora, even if the species has recently benefited from a text governing its capture. Then obtaining kaveu intended for consumption, the family feeds and strengthens them rather than eating them…Continue Reading