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2017 Stone Crab Eating Contest 05

Louise Stolzky grimaces as she cracks a stone crab claw at the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Competitors were judged on their ability to cleanly consume 25 stone crab claws in the quickest time. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Sally Mishmash, left, and Sandra Bradshaw, right, compete in the team division of the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Competitors were judged on their ability to cleanly consume 25 stone crab claws in the quickest time. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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A portion of the field of entrants in the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest crack and eat claws Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Competitors were judged on their ability to cleanly consume 25 stone crab claws in the quickest time. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

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Juan Mallen raises his hands to signify victory at the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Mallen, a 50-year-old commercial appliance technician, cracked and ate 25 stone crab claws in 15 minutes and 6 seconds winning for the second consecutive year. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)

2017 Stone Crab Eating Contest 01

Juan Mallen chomps on a stone crab claw to win the Keys Fisheries Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in Marathon, Fla. Mallen, a 50-year-old commercial appliance technician, cracked and ate 25 stone crab claws in 15 minutes and 6 seconds winning for the second consecutive year. The Florida Keys is Florida's top regional supplier of stone crab claws, considered a renewable marine resource because of the crab's ability to re-grow harvested claws. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)