Decapods have an infinite variety of colours, and many shrimps and crabs can change their colour to match their surroundings. ... Even land crabs migrate to the sea to lay their eggs; one species walked eight kilometres to the shore to lay eggs. ... Ghost crabs are found on tropical and sub-tropical sandy beaches, particularly in the Caribbean and Indo-Pacific. They are about five centimetres across and live in deep burrows above the high-water line, often among the sand dunes.
|Title||:||The seafarer's guide to marine life|
|Author||:||Paul V. Horsman|