Some crabs (like those in the family Portunidae) have specially modified back legs called swimmerettes. These legs rotate at 20 to 40 revolutions per minute, allowing the crab to quickly swim through the water.
Most crabs, though, walk or even run along bottom of the water.
Check out this video of a swimming crab.
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