The simple life of a hermit crab 🐚 Video by @fahdbinjumah - Hermit crabs are crustaceans. They have jointed limbs, claws, a hard exoskeleton, eyes on stalks, and two sets of antennae. #AnimalFact - Crabs interact with each other and are often found in large groups.
How mind-Blowing are these Sea Angels 🤯💙 via @ScubaDiving Sea angels are free-floating sea slugs with wing-like appendages called parapodia, and a gelatinous, mostly transparent body. Sea angels are protandrous hermaphrodites, which means they start out male and turn female throughout the course of their lives. Also known as gymnosomes, these things are absolutely tiny, with the largest species, the naked sea butterfly (Clione limacina), stretching just 5 cm long. So keep your eyes…