About Sand Bubbler Crabs
Scenes of a galaxy made of millions of sandstone shells on the beaches of some countries of the world often amaze peasants on the coast, which is a testimony to the special skill of crab patrols. Skilled crabs that create attractive patterns with sand shells are actually waiting for the beach to sink back into their bills and get out of their bills as they retreat to the sea and then quickly catch the wet sand. Seem. These crabs are called sand bubbler crabs and their varieties are abundant worldwide in warm areas or on the sandy beaches of the tropical Indo-Pacific or Indo-Pacific region.
Waves of tides occur at the beach, when the tide high tide arises in the sea and the water climbs to the shore at certain times, at which particular time the sea retreats from the shoreline when low tides. These crabs keep their bills in the coastal sand until the high tides of the ocean are gone and when the tide is over, they come out of their bills on the wet sand of the coast and cover the sand and In the sand pellets, in fact, all these crabs do so to satisfy their appetite, they do not eat sand, but very fine microscopic organic matter from sand. Parts micronutrients, such as plankton and detritus that the tide in the sea and actually go out to eat are stuck in the sand on coastal land and sea change in the pseudofecal little bullet in the mouth of sand pellets. While doing so, they circle around their bills. In doing so they unwillingly create sophisticated painting patterns on the beach. Which are removed when the tide comes in the sea. The more complex, the pattern of sandy balls becomes, the more complex it is that the smaller crabs have more time to eat.
These shrimps are small and round, varying in size from one to five centimeters. The eyes that are poured out of their bodies are closed to the bottom of the body, pushing into the bills. The color of the body corresponds to the color of coastal sand, making it easier to protect your enemies from falling into the eye. The spotted claw pincers of these crabs are curved long and sharp in front of the pincers, which help them to process sand. Male crab claws are slightly longer than claw claws of substance. Their legs are full of stiff hair that helps them stay out of the water for a while. One of the untouchable and surprising abilities that these little sand crabs have is to breathe through their legs. Their legs have a large membrane called the tympana, which in the nineteenth century was thought to be helpful to them, but upon research it proved to be an important part of their breathing. These little crabs are able to hold their breath in the atmosphere.