Due to its furry body texture, it is named the Teddy Bear Crab. The Teddy Bear Crab looks amazing in the tank while moving and makes a captivating specimen in a home aquarium. The Teddy Bear Crab is not considered safe to keep in a reef tank. The Teddy Bear Crab is known to be an opportunistic feeder and one can find them feeding on zooanthids in the aquarium. The Teddy Bear Crab is aggressive and can destroy something that comes in its claw, so makes sure not to keep any corals or sessile invertebrates in the same aquarium. You can feed them frozen Mysis, frozen silversides, frozen krill, high quality flakes in a rotating manner. The Teddy Bear Crab cannot stand any other crabs, if present in a tank. Make sure you have plenty of rocks and hiding places in the tank so that it can hitch. The Teddy Bear Crab is very good scavenger and with its brown body and blackish claw, it makes a unique specie in a tank.