By Chad Love
What do deep-sea ocean crabs and David Hasselhoff have in common? Of course you don't care, and of course it has nothing to do with hunting or fishing, but it's Friday.
From this story on cbsnews.com:
"The Hoff" is no longer just the nickname for actor David Hasselhoff -- now it is being used to identify a new species of crab scientist discovered that has a hairy Hasselhoff-like chest on the Southern Ocean floor near Antarctica. "Their nickname on the cruise ship was the 'Hasselhoff crab,' which gives you some idea of what they look like," said Professor Alex Rogers, who led the research cruise that found the new species, to the BBC.