Harry The Crab is a Happy Block-Made Hermit

By: Josh Triantafilou - Published: • References: legoland & obviouswinner
Harry the Crab is a crustacean who lives at the Atlantis Discovery Area of Legoland in Windsor, United Kingdom. This is a theme park wholly dedicated to everything LEGO. The particular neighborhood that Harry lives is nautically themed -- an appropriate place for a hermit crab, no doubt. However, like the park in which it resides, almost everything in the aquarium is made from LEGO; this includes Harry's shell.

The crafty little crab doesn't seem to mind though. In fact, the colorful plastic blocks are probably a step up from a pop can or old boot, as far as crustacean abodes go. Beyond aesthetics, Harry's LEGO shell offers him a surprising degree of mobility judging by the video featured here. He walks about without any noticeable amount of effort, proving that one need not always sacrifice form for function. Stats for LEGO Shellfish Abodes Trending: Older & Chilly
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