Hermit crabs are marine crustaceans with an outer skeleton that provides support instead of a backbone, and ten legs. There are about 500 species of hermit crab around the world. They use other animals’ old shells for protection, and must find bigger shells as they grow bigger. Most live on the ocean floor, but some live on land.
A hermit crab is a “small soft-bodied marine crustaceans living in cast-off shells of gastropods.”
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