Hermit Crab, Isla Contoy
November 12, 2004
This huge hermit crab was trekking along this low wall near the visitor’s center at Isla Contoy, a bird sanctuary island off the Yucatan Coast and a few hours north by boat from Isla Mujeres. He was remarkably similar to the hermit crabs that invaded our campsite at night on St John in the Virgin Islands. They’re about as big as a fist, and solid as stone.
Keywords : Isla Contoy, Quintana Roo, Mexico, large hermit crab, camouflage, wall, leaves
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