If we could identify the species of lobster, we could look at a map for the habitats of 'em and a map for the mangrove areas we could determine it's location, if anyone has any ideas on how to do so, do tell
>>1225215 (OP) Don't really know enough about different types of mangroves or terrestrial crustaceans to really say but I'd guess south east asian, maybe somewherr in Indonesia. If we had a better sense of scale on the lobster thing might be able to figure it out but there's not too much to go on there.
>>1238136 There's also a strange reflection next to the crab that looks like somethings floating in the sky. The person who took this image was probably sitting below one of the Mangrove saplings. There is no dout these are mere saplings, as mature mangroves look much larger.
>>1238136 I don't believe it's in Germany because there is nowhere in Germany with mangrove trees, also one anon identified the lobster as a "Mud Lobster" which are found on coastal India and Indonesia, which mangrove trees grow as well
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>>1225215 (OP) Now lets look at thr trees, the roots are above ground so this is possibly on a coastline or an island and the animal most likely came from the sea. So I'm guessing a tropical island, given the trees indication that there is a large varying in the tide based on the raised roots, and how far the crab is inland.
Those are really poor looking mangrove trees (pic related what healthy ones look like). Mangrove forests are all over coastlines past the southern hemisphere so there's a few slight variations you can notice if your a tree scientist maybe, but this could have been taken in flordia or bangal. Mangroves are suppose to grow out of the waterlogged mud, you can see how around those trees in the front there's a circle of water around each tree except the one on the close left I don't see one it looks like it's literally growing out of the rocks which is probably why it looks the shittiest out of all of them. Obviously the mud lies underneath, you can see the lobsters feet sinking into the mud. Water is in the distance and it might be the ocean but if you look closely you can see the outline of hills on the other side. Especially in the middle to right side it's a very hard cutline hill, like this picture near lake Chilika in India https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9d/Mahanadi_River.JPG (I'm not saying that's where the image was taken) I just want to make it clear it's hills because that's important I think to know it's not open ocean directly across. But India is a good guess because of the mud lobsters, that's what kind of lobster that is. but mud lobster grow quite a number of places where mangroves grow. I don't know or want to know much about mud lobster, because I don't want to see any pictures of them. Lastly, the non-exotic leaf on the right side. The tide I hadn't even taken into consideration that could help.
to add, the obvious easier answer would be to find the origin of the image itself online, the oldest posting I found was from the giantbomb forums in 2009. But no postings ever had any information. I think personally it is from a japanese person, and those japanese like vacationing in south east asia. but actually there's potential for this to have been taken on a japanese island like Iriomote. So I think using japanese based sites and text, you might be able to find some answer. Maybe.