crabs move sideways
crabs use their 8 legs to move
Fiddler crabs move with the feet below their bodies.
Crabs always travel sideways.
Faster than normal crabs, yes. They move fairly fast, especially since they have shorter legs than the normal crabs.
Around 65 degrees the blue crabs usually move out of the mud and start feeding
Some move slow and some move fast
Horseshoe crabs can move about 10-15 centimeters per second. They usually move among the ocean floor searching for worms and mollusks.
they move like lopster but a little faster ok.
Their eyes are on stalks and the crabs can move them independently.
hermit crabs can move pretty fast, but they can also be very slow if a hermit crab is on a table be careful he could scamper away
they use their legs abnd claws to move around.
Fiddler crabs have clear scales over their eyes, but they do not have eye lids that move like we do.
Horseshoe Crabs move by scuttling on the bottom with their 5 jointed legs.
they can only move there lips,the rest of their body is partialy paralized
Sideways. Glad to help you m8
they use their claws and tiny legs!
Poke it and move it so it can breath
Dungeness crabs move by either crawling or thrusing their legs in a repetitive motion.
no, they don't, there body makes it hard for them to do so, only crabs move sideways
they move faster than a snail but slower than a mouse
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