All of the above
True. They just wear those shells to make a fashion statement
False. They need those shells to cover and protect their soft and vulnerable abdomen.
Modified stiffened gills that, when in a humid envorment allow the crab to breathe air.
A permable skin that allows it to extract the oxygen from the air directly.
A natural mask that allows them to convert air into water.
A series of water bladders that it can use to store the water it needs to breathe.
A tiny scuba device that works the opposite way that ours work. Meaning that they use it to breathe water in air instead of air in water.
I dunno. It won't come out for me to count them.
Eleven, I think.
Ten, counting the little ones it uses to keep from falling out of its shell.
Wait! I know the answer!! Its 26?
My crab has 8 due to the fact that it dropped some yesterday.
A inch or so.
I dunno. Quit asking me all these hard questions!!!!
The gravel in mine doesn't even cover the bottom so I can't measure it.
A whole darn lot.
There should be about a depth that is three or four times the height of your largest crab.
That stuff they sell in the pet store called "Hermit Crab Food".
Fresh organic fruits, veggies, and meat. Even some dehydrated foods of the same organic nature.
McDonald's number 3 value meal, supersized, and served with an ice cold coke.
The stuff that comes out of the tap.
Water that is either treated with a dechlorinating treatment or is bottled. Make sure to give them some with salt in it too.
I give them a wet sponge to drink out of.
Fresh water straight from the highest and purest spring in the Hymalayas.
I thought they could drink water from the air! Now your making me feel bad for not giving them water.
They need salt water? Are you serious? The pet store guy said nothing about this!!
Salt from the shaker in the kitchen.
Aquarium grade salt sold in petstores.
Sea salt that I use for roasts and seasoning foods.
A salt subsatute that I found in the store that I use to reduce blood pressure.
A small Kritter Keeper with a little gravel on the bottom.
A huge tank with lots of sand ( or other substrate ) and things to climb on and a proper lid to hold in the heat and humidity.
A cardboard shoe box.
A plastic tub.
A plastic hamster habitat.
I haven't the slightest!!
They need humidity and heat? I didn't know that.
Around 80 degrees ( F ) and 80 percent.
This quiz is nuts. I quit!!!
Whatever temperature and humdity that is in my house will do.
Mine usually stop moving and then pass away quietly.
These things molt????? You never told me that!!!
They often find themselves in a trance like state after burying themselves down into the sand ( or whatever sunstrate is availiable ) and then procede to molt.
They just stop moving and then shed their exo, eat it and come back to moving again.
Is that normal? I don't think that's normal. I am going to say False.
True. They love to dig up the tank decorations and tip over their dishes. I think they do it jsut to annoy me sometimes.
Shrimps, lobsters and crayfish.
Fiddler crabs, bubbler crabs, basically any other type of crab.
Elephants. I am going to say elephants.
My cousin Earl. I swear he has the intellegence of one of those things.
They have animal relatives? Cool! I wonder what they are?