A hermit crab emerges from its shell at Howland Island National Wildlife Refuge, in the Pacific Ocean 1,600 miles southwest of Honolulu. (USFWS)

A hermit crab emerges from its shell at Howland Island National Wildlife Refuge, in the Pacific Ocean 1,600 miles southwest of Honolulu. (USFWS)

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    * * * * * * * * * Nice photo of a hermit crab. Kind of reminds me of childhood seeing them on the beach now and then.
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    Image description From U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: A hermit crab emerges from its shell at Howland Island National...
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    I FUCKING LOVE HERMIT CRABS LOOKIT HOW CUTE THIS DINGUS IS
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