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Strawberry hermit crabs, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. These terrestrial crabs retain a supply of water in the shell it inhabits. It returns to the sea at night to refresh its water. An economical scavenger, the very low quantity of flies is attributed to this species. — most current

Strawberry hermit crabs, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. These terrestrial crabs keep a supply of water in the shell it inhabits. It returns to the sea at night to refresh its water. An efficient scavenger, the low number of flies is attributed to this species.

Strawberry hermit crabs, Fantastic Barrier Reef, Australia. These terrestrial crabs continue to keep a provide of h2o in the shell it inhabits. It returns to the sea at night to refresh its h2o. An successful scavenger, the reduced range of flies is attributed to this species. – astonishing