Discussion in 'Shell Swap & Freebies?' started by HermitPaws, Oct 11, 2007.
I'm looking for Freebie shells with a 1/2 inch opening For A very tiny Crab.
Any thing helps thanks.
I do have some that are a half inch and some even smaller and I would have no problem sending them to you if you can pay for shipping.
Do you need D shaped or rounds?
Mine are stubborn and will only use turbo shells. I'll try to find all the small ones I have today and take a picture of them for you.
i need both D shape and rounds
Emma Jean: I can't pay for shiping because i don't have pay pal , my parents will not let me pay any other way sorry.
I only need about 5 shells
I found a wide variety of shells at my local dollar store. They are great and only a dollar for a bag! They range from tiny ones to fairly big ones. There is turbos as well as others. I suggest you take a look at your dollar store to see what you can find.
I will. I've tried craft stores but they never turn out to be big enough.
No luck at the dollar store, oh well, I'll look online and just bit the big bill.
These are al the ones just under 1/2 inch
These are the ones just over a 1/2 inch
Theses are the 1/2 inch ones
Sorry I thought this would work but I guess not.
I Have some REAAALLYY tiny ones for like newborns!
I have very tiny shells that are 1/4 if someone wants them pm me
I have shells that are 1/4"
Sorry i no longer have this crab
did your crab die or did you get rid of it.
Sorry to hear that.
It died after trying to molt
sorry hermitpaws hope your crab is in craby heaven
HermitPaws: Obviously there are many people willing to help you out with shells, but we need more information as to what you're looking for.
I found some seashells at the Dollar Zone that came in a bag...they were in the craft section. I originally bought them for my preschool class, but noticed a couple of the were right for our crabitat. At least one crab has moved into one. I live in S. TX on the Gulf Coast, so seashells are abundant here. I've been thinking about heading out to one of the souviner shops that sells seashells and see what is out there.
sorry to hear about that.
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