Someone called him a hermit crab lurking in the halls of the United Nations.
In what way might the Anemone be of use to its partner, the hermit crab?
In my case, I flitted like a hermit crab from one used shell to another.
Besides these there was a hermit crab, which lived in a pearl shell very much like Theeda's, but only about a sixth part as big.
Some creatures, like the hermit crab, are abundant everywhere.
The only sign of life was a hermit crab, perhaps a half inch in length, dragging his home of the moment—a tiny spiral shell.
In the same way the hermit crab goes from shell to shell upon the beach, seeking one to its liking.
Anim., iv), or that touch in the description of the hermit crab (Hist.
A wren reaches its home after hundreds of miles of fast aerial travel; a hermit crab achieves a new lease with a flip of his tail.
Alone, I do a good deal of that, friend, I can't help it—hermit crab's a soft blob of nothing-much inside the borrowed shell.