fish and bigger hermit crabs
sea birds, fish, octopuses, crabs, and other hermit crabs
Small fish, plankton, and other hermit crabs
Neither. Hermit crabs and all other crabs are crustaceans.
Crazy crabs are a type of land or terrestrial hermit crab. There are hundreds of species of hermit crabs.
As most people know hermit crabs have gills most animals that breathe under water have gills for example a fish. The hermit crabs gill's can work on land but in order for the hermit crab to survive they hermit crabs gills have to be moist....
hermit crabs like most crabs are scavengers and will eat dead fish and marine animals.
Hermit Crabs live in sea water. Guppies are freshwater fish and will not be able to live in with hermit crabs. The crabs would no doubt eat whatever dead fish you give them.
land hermit crabs live in aquariums.
Yes. But they can't catch them. The little critters, those hermit crabs, are scavengers. And they will eat dead fish or just about anything else if given the chance.
Fish, crabs, hermit crabs, shrimps and other starfish
test it out and youll see
Yes, but it has to be certain kinds of fish.
Marine hermit crabs can only live in an ocean style fish tank with correct salinity, calcium and pH. Land Hermit Crabs cannot live under water. There are no known hermit crabs at this time that live in fresh water although there are several terrestrial crabs that do, like fiddler crabs and moon crabs, however they do not live fully underwater and require dry land to climb out on and rest and molt.
Hermit crabs live in sea snail shells so the hermit crabs go in which ever shell they think will be comfy, like turbo shells. Also hermit crabs love shells with a pearl color inside.
octipi, birds, fish, humans
Here is the thing...hermit crabs dont live in water so they cant be eaten by fish but....MARINE HERMITS CRABSMARINE HERMIES LIVE UNDER WATER BUT YOU SHOULD..... N.E.V.E.RFEED HERMITS TO FISH
No they do not. Give the hermit crabs water that you would put in a tropical fish tank. de-chlorinated lukewarm water)
They cannot live with a land hermit crab because land hermit crabs live out of water so the fish would die (as you know) if it is out of water.
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No, shedding their exoskeletons means that the hermit crab is molting. When hermit crabs molt, they should be put in an isolation tank for safety from the other crabs (hermit crabs love the scent and taste of freshly shed skin...), and after the hermit crab finishes molting, it eats it's exoskeleton for calcium. (If you thing that your hermit crab is dead, it should have a very stinky fish smell)
Hermit crabs do not eat fish they need to eat a variety of foods like:fruits,vegies,hard food and treats like:papaya,coconut,pineapple,banana chips,apples,and mangos
I have mine in a fish tank with sand in the bottom. If you have land hermit crabs put something for them to climb on in there and prop up large sea shells so they can barrow under them. Sea hermit crabs they like to hang on fish rocks.