Although the Crab Museum mainly collects all kinds of crabs, it also extensively collects shrimps and hermit crabs belonging to the same crustacean family. There are about 500 species in total, nearly 2,000 specimens and living bodies. In addition to actively providing international academic research In addition to communication, we are committed to education promotion, combining education and entertainment, and spreading the concept of conservation to every corner of society. What's different from ordinary museums is that most of the collections here are normally displayed, and interested tourists can see the whole picture of the Crab Museum whenever they visit.
◎ Specimen area
This area is presented in thematic ways, including the evolution of crabs, edible culture and crab self-defense techniques, etc. You can carefully observe the various types of crabs through lifelike specimens, from biological, scientific, folk, and even artistic To study and appreciate.
◎ Ecological zone <br> This area takes the altitude of crab habitat as an axis, and presents a complete presentation from freshwater streams, coastal forests, estuary wetlands, beaches, intertidal zones, and the deep sea. Here, you can fully observe the interesting life behavior of crabs, the appearance of feeding, the disguise of kung fu, etc., and guide everyone to enter the colorful crab world together through a professional commentary guide.