Mantis Shrimp

Republic of Sahara 1999
Mantis Shrimp
Squilla mantis
(Squillidae)


Mantis Shrimp
Oratosquilla oratoria
(Squillidae)
(STOMATOPODA)
Mantis Shrimp
Odontadactylus brevirostris
(Squillidae)
(STOMATOPODA)


A mantis shrimp has supplemental leg like the sickle of mantis in the second breast leg, and a ball shape elbow is very hard. A mantis shrimp smashes husks of raw which is protecting the body with hard husks, such as a shellfish, a crab, and hermit crab, with one blow of the elbow of supplemental leg, and eat contents.

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