Hermit Crabs live on the bottom of the ocean and eat the grasses that grow on the bottom.
Hermit crabs lay eggs in the ocean.
They live in the Shores of the ocean.
Yes that's where they live....
Yes, some even live in the ocean.
red clawed crabs can live with hermit crabs/
Hermit crabs live on the bottom of the ocean, in the marine reefs. They are able to eat algae and debris that remains on the ocean's floor.
It lives in the coral reef.
It depends if they are ocean hermit crabs or land hermit crabs. Most ocean ones live off the coast of Europe, North and South America, and Australia. The land hermit crabs can be found in the Carribean, Florida, Australia, and other warm places. More information is at http://j.whyville.net/smmk/whytimes/article?id=5635.
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.
First it starts out as a small egg in the ocean When they hatch they have gills. They live in the water for a while then come out and are adult hermit crabs. But this is for land hermit crabs not sea hermit crabs.
They live in the ocean - it would be a little difficult to drink freshwater.
Some do, they are the marine hermit crabs and some live in land as land hermit crabs. In all their are about 800 types of hermit crabs and very few of those species live on land.
Hermit crabs lay their eggs in the ocean and the babies live there until around week 6 when they emerge onto dry land and take up their first shell.
Water hermit crabs, are simply hermit crabs that live and survive in water.
They eat fruits, like apple, grape, strawberry, pineapple, and coconut. (These are some examples). They can also eat some types of meat, and they eat these because Hermit Crabs live near the ocean, Unless you are talking about Marine Hermit Crabs (hermit crabs that are underwater). Hope this helps.
Some hermit crabs are land hermit crabs like the ones you buy at ocean city. They have modified gills which means they CAN'T breathe underwater. Hermit crabs need moist air so they need humidity between 70 and 80 and temp 70-80.
land hermit crabs live in aquariums.
Salt water hermit crabs need to live in ocean water that has been properly set up (like a reef aquarium). Land hermit crabs need access to both fresh and salt water but live the majority of their lives on land.
if you're talking about land hermit crabs, then no; goldfish live n water, while hermit crabs live on land. if you're talking about marine hermit crabs, then I'm not sure
it depends on the kind of hermit crab. marine hermit crabs spend their whole life in the sea, but land hermit crabs live on land near the sea.
I think that shrimp live with the hermit crabs.
they'll feed there selves because they live right next to the ocean!
starfish mostly,, there are also hermit crabs, snails, etc..