Coenobitidae

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Coenobitidae

[‚sē·nə′bid·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of terrestrial decapod crustaceans belonging to the Anomura.
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This links to final song, a calypso celebrating the Land Hermit Crab. The knitted crab claws help illustrate the highly educational number.
What more could you wish for than to see a badger playing a double bass, a man in a tuxedo with a Canadian goose on his head strumming a uke and crooning about seaweed under the sofa, the wonders of beige and the perils of Land Hermit Crabs? The Biscuitmen are a wonderful band of eccentric Yorkshiremen they certainly know how to put on a show and the songs are exceptionally crafted.