Today we got two PP from a couple who had kept them in the plastic crab start up kit; the ones that are commonly sold everywhere. One of the crabs is about 1/2" in size, likes to sleep a lot but is still active when you pick him/her up. Now the second crab is real small I'd say she is just a little bigger than 1/4". When I first saw them, she was out and about while the other one hid underneath a log. She comes out of the shell as soon as you pick her up and place her in your palms. Now my concern is that her first set of legs are incredibly thin almost the thickness of a toothpick (I think the toothpick has her beat) and from what I can see it is so frail and weak she relies on her second set of legs to help her get around. From what I can also see she has a really hard time just being mobile. When she walks or turns she relies on the second set of legs which cross over her first set and her first set is left behind the rest of her body making it extremely hard for her to move. She is currently in an isolation tank that is 15 gallons in size. Her previous home held no humidity and was heating with a desk lamp. The iso has a lower humidity and temperature than my main tank with hopes to make slight increases over the next few weeks. My question is there anything I can do for her? (i always call the babies her so it may be a boy) Her diet went from T-Rex Crab Island to fresh foods (chicken, pork, egg shells, tomatoes, blood worms, and mango). I have her humidity at 70% and temp 25C. I do not think she can physically borrow herself even if she wanted to I am having a real hard time taking a picture of her (don't wanna stress her anymore than she is) so I will put some up as soon as I can.