The coconut crab

The coconut crab is the family of the Oyadokari, the shell length is 12cm, and the weight is 1.3kg or more. It is nocturnal and is hiding during daytime. Although it is in the category of a hermit crab, there is the feature without a house. The main did is coconut and pandanus fruit. Eggs are laid two times along the seashore per year. On the southern islands, it also becomes tasty cuisine, and 40 crabs can be captured on the whole island, during one season.