Do Hermit Crabs Hibernate?

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Technically, hermit crabs will not hibernate. However, they will become very sluggish and slow moving if the temperature drops too much.
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they don't hibernate. they do tunnel down into the sand to molt (shed their exoskelaton and grow) the length of molting depends on the size of the crab. tiny ones can take two weeks
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Hermit crabs are one of the easiest pets to maintain. They require an aquarium, shells, sand, water and food. They enjoy climbing, so a habitat with a place to climb promotes activity
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When choosing a new shell, a hermit crab considers the size and lining of the shell. The size should be big enough for the crab to get its body inside (often the reason for a shell
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1 Make sure you get the right size of tank. A ten or twenty gallon tank is good for two to four small hermits. A twenty to forty gallon tank is good for a dozen small or three to
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