Sand-bubbler crabs create their sandballs in a rather unique way. After emerging from the sand during low tide, they sort through the sand, meticulously searching for scraps of food. Each crab prospects a pile of sand, then, once finished, get gathers it into a ball and leaves it behind. Their sandballs are nothing more than their leftovers.
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