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nndb dozens of carbon hairy crab destined for the dinner table now getting a new lease on life thanks to an old Buddhist practice and starting to take off in China much to the anguish of environmentalists who think hurting and delicate little balance , and it's not just fish that are getting lucky some Buddhists believe the actor's dream captive animal from the air land and sea will help ensure that good karma unfortunately many the creature died before they ever get to tape freedom and the practice is spreading lawn maintenance and invasive species like the Brazilian turtle into an environment already threatened by pollution experts like Joe to our tongues are trying to educate the public on the consequences of this act of compassion , China's ruling Communist Party is officially atheist Buddhism along with other religions is creeping back into the lives of Chinese so it looks like there will be plenty more animals given a second chance and more worked for environmentalists and government officials keeping one eye on pollution and the other on invading crowd