so my dumb ass started a new legacy! to begin with i was not going to post about it at all because it was gonna be a leisurely save but i know at some point i’ll start screencapping this new family anyway. i’m going to try and keep this one purely gameplay, so no storyline in this one. i still need to fix their house up a little more but once i’m done with it, i’ll introduce them.
alsoooo foxglove will be back soon. i’m still at my parents house, but i’m heading back home next weekend because uni starts (i have no classes first week so i’m going back a week later), and since i’m not gonna being doing anything besides going to uni and sitting in my room, all the screencapping of that hectic drama will happen then.
Hermit Crabs will find a larger shell to live in when they outgrow their old one. Sadly, because many beaches are no so polluted, they are sometimes seen making “shells” out of pieces of plastic or other garbage. This one, however, found home in a mouseskull.
Animal care should not be stagnant. It should always be evolving and improving.
This applies to breeders, hobbyists, “casual” owners, everyone. It also applies to anyone who keeps animals for profit. If animals are raised to be eaten, they should still have the most up-to date care available.
If you find something that works, great! Use it, recommend it, whatever. But keep doing research. Keep learning and trying to improve. There are very few things that were done 50 years ago, even 20 years ago that have not changed or been improved upon since then.
If a breeder, store, rescue, etc. tells you that they’ve been doing something a certain way for more than a decade, start questioning.
HEY IT’S A FURRY or maybe a pinchy? It’s miss Kali Crab! I haven’t made a ‘sona to draw in like 10 years lmao. anyway I love crabs and I like drawing crab critters so this is her anthro design, there’s also an actual hermit crab design + cool monster crab design that I’ll post later because SHE IS A VERY FAB CRAB
+ DID U KNO: some species of hermit crab form a symbiotic relationship with sea anemones! A crab will peel off an anemone(s) from somewhere and plant it firmly on it’s shell. The stinging tendrils of the anemone provide protection from the crab’s many predators. In return, the anemone gets plenty of scraps from the crab’s meals. IT’S SUPER CUTE and I love it and that’s why she has 2 friends with her lol.