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What do horseshoe crabs eat?
Horseshoe crabs (family Limulidae) eat worms, mollusks, crustaceans, and small fish, and other bottom feeding organisms, and may scavenge on carcasses of fish and other animals. (Horseshoe crabs have similar characteristics, but are not true crustaceans.) ...
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How do horseshoe crabs adapt to their environment?
Horseshoe crabs adapt to their environment in many ways. They have hard shells to protect themselves and can bury themselves in the sand with their claws. ...