What do crabs eat?
Crabs are classified as crustaceans, and, like crayfish, are omnivores. What do crabs eat in nature? Yes, all that they can find or catch: mollusks, corals, algae, they do not disdain carrion, thereby doing a great useful job of cleaning the bottom of ponds. The diet of crabs is mainly regulated by their habitat. You can also read our article on the closest relatives of crabs - What crayfish eat.
It should be remembered that it is impossible to keep crabs in aquariums filled with water, it is necessary to arrange an aquaterrarium in order to create optimal conditions for the maintenance of this exotic fauna. Feed crabs should be their usual food, but can also be fed with fruits or vegetables. There are also special feeds for crustaceans, which include a complex of essential minerals.