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Finding The Perfect Home That Just Screams YOU!

Hermit Crab Changes Shell & Hermit in a Bottle “After having looked for years, we finally saw a hermit crab in the act of switching shells. And, in the same month, also saw one walking around in a bottle!” Find out lots of great pictures and videos by the divers at Blenny Watcher, an... ? Read More: Finding The Perfect Home That Just Screams YOU!
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