The Altamaha River enters the Atlantic Ocean at Darien, Georgia. The Blue Crabs, presumably, prefer the brackish waters in the coastal marshes. Though, their habitat seems increasingly stressed by the industrial pollution organizations like the Altamaha River Keepers are trying to combat.
In retrospect, it was a mistake to issue permits for the disposal of wastes in our natural environment. Even though they are man-made, industrial wastes are in an entirely different category because the accumulation and concentration of chemicals makes them toxic to organic life. And, once a permit has been issued, the recipient can claim a property right which, as we all know now, trumps human rights -- even the right to life. We have institutionalized extermination.
However, corporations are creatures of the state and what the state has made, the state can unmake.