No. Crabs find bigger shells that other crabs have already used and they molt into them.
The best place to find crabs is in a pet store or from craig's list or an adoption center.
The crabs cloud go find a hole or use there claws. The crabs could go find a hole or use there claws.
Crabs communicate by drumming or waving their pincers. They do this as a way to find a mate or just to communicate with other crabs.
Well, I know where you CAN find crabs. You can find them in bays, harbors, beaches, etc. Places like that. If your looking for something else, then try to find a answer somewhere else. The collective noun is "a cast of crabs"
Blue crabs find most of their food at the bottom of the ocean. Most crabs are scavengers and will eat almost anything that drops to the bottom and begins to decay.
you should only find hermit crabs at petsmart there are many species of crabs but the most common crab in America is the purple pincher crab.
Green Shore Crabs are scavengers. They eat anything they can find.
Hermit crabs find their food 2 ways by seeing another crab eating it or just by smelling it. I know this because I have 2 hermit crabs myself.
Land crabs (most pets are) do need it while marine crabs like the ones you find at the beach do not.
crabs eat hatching turtles & anything they findcrabs grow up to 68.04 kg. 1 lb.=437grs.
they use their claws
Their shelter is in their shell.
Hermit crabs do not get shells. They have to find them in the wild. If they are in a cage they rely on you to give them shells.
A person who harvests crabs or oysters is a fisherman, you would normally find them at work on a fishing boat.
All crabs are scavengers. hermit crabs eat pretty much what ever floats to the bottom, or what they find on the beach.
There are crabs which breathe water and crabs which breathe air. It is rare to find a crab that does both but intertidal crabs do but they must remain wet to breath air (strange, right?).
yes but you have to find certain ones cause there is Land hermit crabs, underwater hermit crabs, and carabeian crabs and lots more!!!!!!!!
well yes you can say that. why because crabs are always in water you hardly find them on land......
Actually, crabs eat anything. Many crabs find food by sifting through the sand and eating any little particles they can find that taste good to them - this is why you see them sitting around on the beach picking at the sand with their claws. Crabs will also eat anything in the water or on the beach if it is dead, also - that includes dead crabs. Many crabs hunt other animals like bivalves, gastropods, shrimp, and yes, other crabs.
no but you can find out by google
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