What are some hermit crab adaptations?


The hermit crab is a crustacean that lives on land though they are born in water. Their adaptations include the presence of continually developing lungs to enable breathing in moist air, seeking protection from an abandoned shell of another animal, evolving of hind legs that are strong to hold onto the interior of the shell and adaptation to a nocturnal life to avoid predators.
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