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Hermit Crab Care Basic Care for Hermit Crabs
The first thing we are going to go over isbasic care for a hermit crab. Hermit crabs really in a short glance are relatively easyto take care of. Now there are lots of different species of hermit crab and the species thatwe are going to be talking about today and that we have today is the Caribbean hermitcrab, also known as the purple pincher hermit crab because their pincers are as you cansee purple there. These guys are probably the most common hermit crab in the pet tradeso chances are if you are buying one that’s what you are buying. These guys are a landcrab, they do not dwell on beaches in sand or in the water really except for when theygo to breed. Which is something that a lot
of people don’t understand. With these hermitcrabs they are called, like I said land crabs sometimes also sometimes called tree crabs.They actually spend a lot of their time on the outside of the shore in the first lineof trees, where there’s lots of leaf litter, lots of dirt and things like that. So that’swhat we are going to be looking for in creating our terrarium today.The first thing we haveto do is we have our little cage here, and general rule of thumb is one gallon of enclosureper hermit crab. So say if you had a ten gallon tank you would put, you could put ten hermitcrabs in there. This guy we are setting, we’ll be setting this up to house two hermit crabstoday. I like giving lots, my animals lots
of room to move around in. So we have ourlittle container and for bedding we are going to be using coconut, shredded coconut husksalso sometimes called coco core. And this is a very fibrous dirt like substance as youcan see inside there. Ok. And basically what we are going to do is we are going to putthat in there and we are going to fill it up actually pretty high. About a third ofthe way up. And why am I doing this. Well hermit crabs molt when they grow ok. So asthey grow they have to shed their exo skeleton and in order to do this they have to burrowdown into the substrate where it’s nice and moist and humid to allow them to molt properly.So we want to give them lots of burrowing
spaces, deep as possible. So once we havea nice, a nice substrate in there, it’s got a nice depth to it then we are going to puta water bowl in there for them ok. This guy is probably if I had a little hermit crab,I would be a little hesitant to use this guy because it’s kind of deep. But we don’t necessarilyhave to fill it all the way either but it’s got a nice stepping stone to get out of it,so I’m ok with using it, I feel pretty safe. Next thing we have is some cocoa bark, cocoabark I’m sorry, I mean cork bark. A cork bark is a great, great accessory for your hermitcrab cage because it’s something they can easily climb on and as I said these are treecrabs, they like to climb. So we are going
to put that in there and we can arrange thatin some way that’s interesting to us or whatever, give them something nice to climb on.We cango, I’m going to put it just like that so it overlaps the water bowl a little bit. CauseI kind of like that look. And then lastly, you need a food bowl. Just a little bowl thatyou can put in there that will keep their food in one area so that it’s not gettingmixed in with the bedding and it’s you know easy to find. And after we’ve done that wetake our crabs,we’ve got two here and like I said these are the Caribbean hermit crabsor pincher crabs. And those guys to the mix, we’ll add some water in here to give themwater and then we’ll go through and mist the
whole thing down nice and good. Hermit crabslike it to be nice and humid, you want to be at least at seventy percent humidity inhere that’s because they actually while they are land dwelling creatures actually breathwith modified gills so those gills have to be kept nice and moist in order to breathproperly otherwise they’ll basically suffocate so mist them daily, keep it nice and humidin here, keep the water bowl full, change it daily,change their food daily that wayyou don’t get any bacteria growth or mites or anything like that. And that’s pretty muchall there is to it. You are going to want to keep them in above seventy two degreesin temperature but no more then eighty degrees