Hermit crab real estate shopping.
Finally got a dribble of rain last night that apparently woke up a few crabs who promptly set about sampling the current cretaceous housing market.
"Congrats on the new digs Crabby, I hope you remember this moment in your new home forever, because it will never be this clean or organized ever again."
Hermit crabs are always on the lookout for new shells to accommodate their growing bodies. When a hermit crab sees an ideal shell, it will sidle up very close to it, and check it out with its antennae and claws. If the shell is deemed suitable, the hermit grab will quickly switch its abdomen from one shell to the other. Hermit crabs in the Bahamas