According to The Hermit Crab Patch, hermit crabs are omnivorous scavengers. In captivity, they can be fed a range of plant and meat varieties, but the size of their meals needs to be properly adjusted to their size, acco... More »

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In their natural environment, hermit crabs eat decaying wood, grasses, plants, fallen fruit and things washed up on shore from the tide. Land hermit crabs are omnivores, meaning they eat both plant and animal matter. More »

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Hermit crabs are omnivores and eat almost anything available. In captivity, they may eat raw fish, cooked chicken and a variety of vegetables, fruits and nuts. More »

In captivity, hermit crabs are omnivorous and eat hermit crab pellets, as well as fruits such as apples, bananas, and grapes, and green vegetables such as kale and broccoli. They also eat calcium supplements such as crus... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Marine Life Crabs

Hermit crabs are omnivores and eat almost anything available. In captivity, they may eat raw fish, cooked chicken and a variety of vegetables, fruits and nuts. More »

Ocean or marine hermit crabs are omnivorous and consume both plant and animal matter. They are opportunistic scavengers rather than hunters and prefer to eat algae and dead animals. In captivity, marine hermits function ... More »

Depending on the species, sea crabs eat plankton, worms, fish, shrimp and other crabs. Crabs that live in the deep sea survive on foodfalls, which are scraps of meat that fall to the ocean floor after being killed by ano... More »