Last night I had to dig down to check on one of my buried crabs. I had talked to Vicki about this and she said this was one of those times when I should actually dig up a crab to check on it. We had suspected that this one was dead but weren't sure. When I picked up it's shell, the dried up body just fell out into my hand in pieces. There was never any smell or anything to clue me in on all of this, just the fact that we hadn't seen it since a week or two after we got it (bought on Nov 13th). The other thing was a wet looking spot in the sand where it was buried which I just thought was water from it's shell, except that spot was still there. Because I have foam insulation around the 'tat (the crabloo) I couldn't see that portion of the tank from the outside to let me know that the spot hadn't changed at all nor had Squirt moved from it's spot. It's my first death and I'm pretty bummed about it; RIP little Squirt. After that I decided to change around the 'tat a bit since it was looking pretty crowded. I'm going to post pics so tell me what you think. Overall view. 2nd level moss pit with net ladder. Shell basket-can you see the little guy hidden in there? That was only about 2 hours after I had set it up. Left side. Before I went to bed, last night and when I got up for work this morning it looked as though there was a lot of activity going on in there. Perhaps they like having more space to do their little crabby things. I believe two of them were racing on the climbing wall to see who could get to the top fastest and the rest were just checking it out. It's about time, in the 2 months I've had them everyone has been buried doing whatever it is they do down there (I know of at least one that actually molted and others that show the signs but I don't know if they did it here or not) but it's about time they get topside so I can get to know them and see what it is they do, lol. Enjoy the pics.