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Crab behaviour. Crabs like whelk shells because they provide space to retreat if the crab is attacked. If a foraging gull tries to take the crab, it retreats deep into the shell and unless the gull can break the shell, the crab is safe. Whelks live in deeper water, where the hermit crabs live, so they are more likely to find whelk shells there.What are the types of crabs?
Although there are dozens of different types of crabs, only a handful dominate the market: Alaska king crab: The Alaska king crab, the largest of all crabs, is mostly sold as cooked and frozen meat from the legs and claws. Blue crabs: By far the most common fresh crab is the blue crab.What is a crabs behavior?
Behavior. Female crabs can identify a male residence by the neat sand pile and get a mate for themselves. Younger crabs burrow and make homes in the area of shore that is closer to water. Older crabs are seen to burrow away from water.