No. they are scavengers.
crustaceans (crabs, lobsters, horseshoe crabs)
Many crabs are scavengers and detritivores.
no they eat crabs.
Hermit crabs are the most common scavengers in the ocean.
Green Shore Crabs are scavengers. They eat anything they can find.
Crabs are scavengers; they will eat stingrays if the stingrays are already dead.
hermits crabs are one of the most common scavengers in the ocean.
"Bottom feeders" such as catfish are scavengers, as are many species of crabs.
scavengers like crabs
They are scavengers
Crabs are mostly scavengers, eating algae and debris off the ocean floor.
hermit crabs like most crabs are scavengers and will eat dead fish and marine animals.
Crabs are scavengers. If a person were to drown and sink, crabs wouldn't mind having a nibble at the body.
All crabs are scavengers. hermit crabs eat pretty much what ever floats to the bottom, or what they find on the beach.
Crabs are like buzzards. what do you want scavengers. If it's dead they'll pretty much eat it.
Hermit crabs are scavengers, so they will eat fruits, veggies, and sea food like shrimp.
yes hermit crabs can eat corn they could eat anything cause there scavengers
crabs, lobster is all i know....lol
Crabs feed primarily off of detritus on the ocean floor. As such, they are scavengers and not herbivores, therefore they are not primary consumers.
There are crabs that live in the bottom of the river. They eat animals that were already eaten by other animals. These types of animals are called scavengers.