they dont have a scientic name
Just as long as the fiddler crabs do as their name suggests to a hermit crab
Do you mean the scientific name? Land hermit crabs fall under the genus Coenobita and the most common crab is the species Clypeatus.
They got there name because they were hermits since they lived and hid in shells thats why they are hermit crabs.
Hermit crabs are not true crabs.
no, hermit crabs mate with other hermit crabs
red clawed crabs can live with hermit crabs/
what do hermit crabs eat
Get what? The hermit crabs or the babies?
No, Hermit Crabs are omnivores.
The Blue crabs scientific name is callinectes sapidus.
Water hermit crabs, are simply hermit crabs that live and survive in water.
Hermit Crabs eat anything they can get there claws on. but i feed my hermit crabs neopolitan cookies and just regular food for hermit crabs
no hermit crabs r related to other hermit crabs and crabs but no not a lobster Hermit crabs are more closely related to squat lobsters and porcelain crabs than they are to true crabs.
Hermit crabs can snap a pencil in two! Hermit crabs have been abused by PEOPLE and STILL ARE! :( :( Hermit crabs are not easy pets to take care of hermit crabs molt ( research more about it) Hermit crabs need 70 - 80% / F , Humidity and temp Hermit crabs LOVE to climb trees! Hermit crabs are very social get at least 2! hermit crabs get their names cause of the 1 shell on their back Hermit crabs need distilled water and SEA salt water Hermit crabs have modified gills Hermit crabs are scavengers ect . . . ect . . .
Hermit crabs are not afraid of other hermit crabs, they are actually very social animals who prefer the company of other crabs to being alone.
You can buy hermit crabs at stores such as Petco. They have many hermit crabs things to meet your needs.
Well, they live in shells, and when no one is there, they don't come out very often, so they are hermits. And they are related to crabs...so....hermit crabs!
small hermit crabs
yes hermit crabs do fart
Hermit crabs are invertebrates. They have exoskeletons.
Wiki on Hermit Crabs (with pictures)
fish and bigger hermit crabs