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Hermit crab's eyes. Close-up of the eyes of a hermit crab. Hermit crabs are not true crabs and do not have their own shell. They have long soft abdomens which they protect from predators by living inside a salvaged empty seashell. They carry the shell on their back and can retract their whole body into it. Photographed in the Mediterranean Sea, Alicante, Spain.
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