Hermit Crab Crunchies by Zoo-Med
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Hermit Crab Crunchies By Zoo-med

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Rating: 4.7

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(4.7 out of 5, based on 3 reviews)

Made with real fish and formed into a shape hermit crabs love to get their claws on, these tasty treats are as nutritious as they are delicious. All-natural snack provides an excellent boost of protein.
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Laura S.
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Rating: 4

They'll eat them

posted 5 years ago

My crabs usually just eat table scraps and they're quite old so they're doing well. I have given them this food before and they did eat it, but really, what won't a crab eat? They are scavengers after all. I have no idea about the taste of them because I didn't taste them and my crabs didn't tell me how they were.

Pros: The crabs will eat them

Cons: Price

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Cldec50
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Rating: 5

Crabby patties

posted 6 years ago

can a crab be happy? with these they will.

Pros: easy to feed

Cons: none

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