Why so crabs walk sideways?

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asked Jul 12, 2017 in Education by Vartisha Lalwani (1,023 points)

related to the plant kingdom- plant anatomy, various parts of a plant.

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answered Jul 14, 2017 by Vartisha Lalwani (1,023 points)
A crab has eight working legs. The joints on the legs on one side pull the crap, and those on the other side push, producing the sideways – scuttling movement there fame for. Like their lobster and shrimp relatives, crabs are crustaceans – a group of animals that are extremely numerous seas, rivers and ponds.
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