The Bed & Rest side of the 'tat. The food dish is missing b/c I haven't prepared the night's banquet yet. If you look towards the top of "Crab Mountain" you can see a shell (the Holy Grail, you'll get the pun when I tell you the crab names) that I fill with their salt water solution. The Shell Shop & Gym side of the tank. Big rock courtesy of Crazy Horse Memorial. http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/BeccaS06/crab6.jpg The front of the tank, yes that is a reflection of my chair. Yes, my walls are painted lime green. http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/BeccaS06/crab5.jpg Here is Merlin, mage of the cocohut and wizard of water dish, chilling in a shell that he refuses to discard, even though it is a tad too small. http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/BeccaS06/crab2.jpg And finally, here is Arthur Pendragon, the climbing fiend. http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e10/BeccaS06/crab1.jpg Not pictured: Lancelot du Lac, hiding in the cocohut. He refuses to let people see that he is more than a shell, although he is a shell that switches sides of the tank when I'm not looking. Also not pictured: Guenevere, currently under for more than a month, molting. And those are my crabs that dwell in the fair kingdom of...are you ready for this...Crabalot.