The Australian land hermit crab (Coenobita variabilis) is a terrestrial hermit crab species, native to Australia. It is a nocturnal, omnivorous crustacean. They are gregarious and thrive in tropical areas near water.
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“The thoughtful man becomes a hermit in the thoroughfares of the marketplace.”
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