Live -> die -> turn into gods broski's
The life cycle of a crab starts at an egg the they turn into the tinest of crabs then they grow into a big crab.
The parents lay eggs. The eggs hatch into small crabs. Then they grow up and the life cycle keeps going.
King crabs are omnivores so will eat plant and animal life alike. This diet often includes fish, algae, plankton and seaweed.
Blue King Crabs!
its A BABY THEN DIES
King crabs are mostly fond in cold seas.
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.
egg snake adult
king cobra life cycle changes in many wayes
up to 25 years
The same thing hermit crabs feed on
You can find the king cobra life cycle diagrams online at places like National Geographic or on Paw Nation. These diagrams are also found in textbooks.
The average life cycle of a King Cobra snake is 20 years, if they live in wild. In captivity, the snake would live several more years.
in the water
first the hermit crabs mothers lay eggs then the eggs hatch and as soon as the eggs touch salt water, they burst open intobaby hermit crabs. Then they arelarvae. Then they grow in to adults and find a shell to live in.
Tracy's King Crab Shack
i think king crabs eat the same thing that regular crabs eat but if they don't it wont hurt it
King crabs have elongated legs that are out of proportion with their bodies. They come in different colors such as red or orange.
"people throw king crabs back because there is a little number of king crabs left."from Kane m i don't agree with that answer about the little number, the season is set according to help eliminate overfishing king crabs. The reasons they throw crabs back is becaues they are either females which are illegal to keep, or the size of the crab doesn't meet the size standards.