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- ‘Shocking’ extent of lop ear rabbit health
- Crows are getting high cholesterol because they’re eating fast food
- Welcome to Victoria, the most wombat-unfriendly state
- Tasmaniaʼs not so sweet invader: the sugar glider
Main Topic: Hermit Crab Care
We continue to delve into our ‘care of’ series with this weeks fascinating creature: the Hermit Crab (superfamily Paguroidea)
Mark reviews Moorea Ocean Adventures in French Polynesia and gives them a score of 10 out of 10.
The Crab Street Journal for hermit crab care
More Hermit Crab info here and here
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