What Do Crabs Eat?

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Crabs have a diverse eating regimen which is comprised of the following: snails, mussels, shell fish beds, decayed vegetation and sea weed. Crabs are decapod crustaceans that belong in the hinfraorder Brachyura.
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Some crabs feed primarily on algae, others taking any type of food, including mollusks, worms, other crustaceans, fungi, bacteria and detritus.
Crabs are eaten by fish, birds, octopus and other maritime creatures. They are also eaten by people and are a delicacy in various parts of the world. They have a tough exterior but are very soft inside.
Some crabs feed primarily on algae, others taking any type of food, including mollusks, worms, other crustaceans, fungi, bacteria and detritus.
Crabs are omnivorous, eating plants and animals. Their diets consists of many things such as shrimp, plankton, and worms. Their main source of food is algae. You can find more information here: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/what-do-crabs-eat.html
A crab's diet depends on the size and species of crab. They mainly eat dead things in the water as they are considered scavengers. The bigger crabs will sometimes eat shrimp.
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