Credit: WILDERNESS VIDEO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Hermit crabs in the water. Hermit crabs (Paguroidea) are relatives of true crabs, but lack their hardened carapaces. Instead they use empty mollusc shells for protection, carrying them around, and moving into a larger shell as they grow. Filmed in Hawai'i, USA.

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Keywords: america, animal, animals, beach, black sand, coastal, crabs, crevice, crustacean, crustaceans, hawai'i, hawaii, hawaiian, hermit crab, malacostraca, marine, nook, ocean, pacific, paguroidea, pool, rock, rock pool, sea, shell, shells, snail, united states, usa, water, wave, waves

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Hermit crabs

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Duration: 00:00:20

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