Have you ever seen a group of hermit crabs swapping their shells? It’s the most fascinating natural event you will ever see. The hermit crabs form a queue and pass their current shell on to the next in line. Often the first in line will end up with a shell that is too small or too large, but will take it on because without its shell, it is vulnerable to predators.
These sterling silver hermit crabs will place their legs on the edge of your cuff as they hide within their shells.