Because mussels often eat shellfish and other mollusks, the shell of others for their own, so people call it shrimp strange “white housing,” “dry housing.”
The hermit crab is found on the coast of the Yellow Sea and the South Sea. It is usually found in rocky seams and the seashore, sometimes seen in other places such as bamboo, coconut shells, corals, and sponges.
As the body grows, hermit crabs change their shells for sojourning. Hermit crabs can be divided into thorns and land hermit crabs, red land hermit crab and coconut crab and so on.
Take off the house it grows like this