Divers discover tube-shaped hermit crab

04/8/2013 | Our Amazing Planet

A tube-shaped hermit crab species, which previously only existed as dead specimens collected long ago, was discovered alive on a recent submarine dive off the Caribbean island of Curacao. The colorful species is known for its tube-shaped body and chelae, a shield-like body part that allows it to seal off its shell when needed.

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