They're in the crustation or the crabs group.
they bolong in the crab group like fiddler crab group
No but they eat dead fiddler crabs.
No, they aren't. There are still about 97 species of fiddler crabs.
Fiddler crabs move with the feet below their bodies.
I guess? How else can they have baby fiddler crabs? XDDD
Just as long as the fiddler crabs do as their name suggests to a hermit crab
they eat humans fiddler crabs eat other smaller crabs
The fiddler crab is in the Malacostraca class. Male fiddler crabs typically live for 3 years, and female fiddler crabs for 2 years.
by rubbing their big claw on there body
These crabs are called fiddler crabs because when the crab is eating it looks like it is playing the fiddle.
Ghost crabs? Well that depense if it is a dead fiddler crab so it would be the same/
Fiddler crabs have clear scales over their eyes, but they do not have eye lids that move like we do.
Because of the motions of their appendages. The movements are similar to someone playing a violin.
No, Hermit Crabs and Fiddler Crabs are very different, and require two whole different living conditions. And Fiddler Crabs are very aggressive, and will probably attack the Hermit Crab anyway. So, in all, it just isn't a good idea.
Fiddler crabs live because they are not dead. If they were dead, they would be dead because they are not alive. Get it now?