Hermit crab shell guide

Hermit crab shell guide

New species of land hermit crab named: Coenobita lila Photo by Nick Bay - http://sgmacro.blogspot.com/

New species of land hermit crab named: Coenobita lila Photo by Nick Bay - http://sgmacro.blogspot.com/

Einsiedlerkrebs im Glashaus

Einsiedlerkrebs im Glashaus

Hermit crab home! I want to have a cage like this for my 17 hermit crabs

Hermit crab home! I want to have a cage like this for my 17 hermit crabs

A beautifully blue blueberry crab waving hello (with its antennas - crab style)

A beautifully blue blueberry crab waving hello (with its antennas - crab style)

hermit crab tank | My old hermit crab tank... I miss the lil critters Photos from Lisa ...

hermit crab tank | My old hermit crab tank... I miss the lil critters Photos from Lisa ...

Apparently rollies pollies are good for keeping mites and mold out of crabitats. Maybe I'll try them :D

Apparently rollies pollies are good for keeping mites and mold out of crabitats. Maybe I'll try them :D

Signs your hermit crab is going to molt. The Crabstreet Journal

Signs your hermit crab is going to molt. The Crabstreet Journal

Hermit crabs swapping shells is a crazy remarkable thing (video)

Hermit crabs swapping shells is a crazy remarkable thing (video)

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(link) A Colossal Crustacean Crisis: A hermit crab in its natural environment, with proper diet & housing can live for 30 years or more, with some scientists claiming to have found specimens over 70 years old. Due to a shortage of large shells, few ever survive to that ripe old age. Before bringing home a shell from the beach, always be mindful of that homeless hermit, hopelessly wandering the beach in search of refuge. ~ for more great PINs w/good links visit @djohnisee "CrabbyPatti…

(link) A Colossal Crustacean Crisis: A hermit crab in its natural environment, with proper diet & housing can live for 30 years or more, with some scientists claiming to have found specimens over 70 years old. Due to a shortage of large shells, few ever survive to that ripe old age. Before bringing home a shell from the beach, always be mindful of that homeless hermit, hopelessly wandering the beach in search of refuge. ~ for more great PINs w/good links visit @djohnisee "CrabbyPatti…

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