Emergency Question!!! So at Saturday 12/3/16 I was looking in my hermit crab cage. I have two hermit crabs. One small one named Claws, I had the longest (Since August 2014) which was very active but never moved shells it's whole life. I even had a bunch of shells of different sizes for both crabs to molt in. Never even molted neither. Then I have Shelly, which is a bigger one and lived since October 2015 but is shy and never looks out of its shell unless it gets food or water. So on 12/3/16 I looked in my cage and I found that Claws (the small active hermie) was laying out of his shell looking like he was exhausted. I went to pick him up and he fell right out of his shell. I was dramatized and quickly assumed he was dead. So I told my mom when she arrived home which was a couple hours later. So we got the cage out and we used two sticks to bring his body up and burry him about 2 inches down to the ground. We then did research because I was depressed and hoping he was alive. I then figured out he could've been molting the whole time. It was actually just 15 minutes after we burried him so we dug him back up and put him in a separate cage for a few days just in case he was molting. We put food and water and new shells in there. He then started to smell fishy and looks completely dead but we aren't sure. We wish he wasn't because we're all depressed because of it and we have no idea if he is dead or molting. So do you think he is dead, or is he just molting? What should we do?
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