Crabs are omnivores so they eat both animals and plants. The main source of food for crabs is algae. Some crabs also search and eat other dead animals. Crabs also eat worms, fungi, plankton, bacteria, shrimp, barnacles, krill, crayfish, and turtle hatchlings.
Crab is a popular item in our diet, but what about theirs? Blue Crabs are omnivores and eat mussels, snails, fish, plants, and even other crabs. Red Crabs are also omnivores, but eat leaves, seedlings, fruits, and flowers.
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