Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 03/30 at 03:09 PM


Very interesting!  I wonder if they feel safety in numbers….seems like that would be an extremely vulnerable time for them!

Posted by Alissa Gonzalez  on  03/31  at  11:21 PM

Interesting! I’ve only seen my hermit crabs leave and move into another one alone. Sably, they passed away about 8 years ago.

Posted by Marissa  on  04/06  at  12:19 PM

Wow! I never knew they could SWAP shells! How Cool!
Thanks, Emma From Churchville.

Posted by Emma  on  04/06  at  12:20 PM

My family recylces cans and bottles and we reuse grocery bags fo a trash bag. We also use florecint bulbs.

Posted by Lucas  on  04/26  at  10:50 AM

I was at Ocean City, Maryland and I was once pulling up the crab trap and I saw wild hermit crabs in it! Another time, I pulled up the crab trap again and I saw a conch shell in it! It was a sea snail (Gary the Snail). I still have the conch today. P.S I picked up the wild hermit crabs and let them walk off the boardwalk thing I was standing on.

Posted by Olivia  on  05/13  at  09:31 AM

The chipmunk is so cute! I think that you should call him Chinky or Chunky.

I ask my parents to get me a dog, but they always say no! At least my friends also have pets I can see.

smile smile smile

Posted by Felicia  on  02/20  at  01:51 AM
Page 1 of 1 pages

Name: (No last name if you are under 13 years old)

Email: (Adults only)

Location: (Just your state if you are under 13 years old)

URL: (optional)

Add your comment below:

Add Smileys :)

ADULTS ONLY: Remember my personal information

Notify me of follow-up comments?

Type the words you see below:

<< Back to main