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Despite its size the pistol shrimp packs a serious punch. One mighty claw shuts so fast it rips apart water, making a stunning implosion and one of the loudest noises in the ocean. It's the...

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How Powerful Is a Pistol Shrimp? A Marine Biologist Explains

Other pistol or snapping shrimps live in pairs, with fishes called gobies. Usually a pair of shrimp are responsible for creating shelter burrows in sand, while the fish, which has better vision in...

Alpheidae - Wikipedia

Alpheidae is a family of caridean snapping shrimp, characterized by having asymmetrical claws, the larger of which is typically capable of producing a loud snapping sound. Other common names for animals in the group are pistol shrimp or alpheid shrimp. The family is diverse and worldwide in distribution, consisting of about 1,119 species within 38 or more genera. The two most prominent genera are Alpheus and Synalpheus, with species numbering well over 250 and 100, respectively. Most snapping sh

The Real Power of the Pistol Shrimp - Ocean Conservancy

Pistol shrimp, also known as snapping shrimp, are a crustacean in the family Alpheidae. Their two front claws are different sizes, with one being notably larger than the other. There are hundreds of species found all over the world, but most species are found in reefs and seagrass beds in temperate and tropical regions.

Pistol Shrimps: Everything you need to know about this Amazing

The Pistol Shrimp is a decapod crustacean, like most of this species. Pistol Shrimps Generally, these shrimps have a dark brown body, or brown green, with a large amount of rounded small spots in pale green , even yellowish; which form transversal bands.

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Pistol shrimp are, however, relatively friendly and can form symbiotic relationships with several other species. And they really are little bitty guys, only about 4cm long (and 25 grams).

Pistol Shrimp
Photo by Ozzy Delaney on Flickr
shrimp 2august2004intertidal
Pistol shrimp
Also known as the Snapping shrimp, some species share burrows with goby fishes in a symbiotic relationship. The burrow is built and tended by the snapping shrimp, and the goby provides protection by watching out for...
Photo by The Hantu Blog on Flickr
shrimp pistol 2august2004intertidal
Pistol Shrimp
Also known as the Snapping shrimp, some species share burrows with goby fishes in a symbiotic relationship. The burrow is built and tended by the snapping shrimp, and the goby provides protection by watching out for...
Photo by The Hantu Blog on Flickr