Crayfish, or Crawdad, is the name commonly given to freshwater lobsters.
These crustaceans make their home in bodies of water that do not freeze
to the floor, with a preference for running water and lots of crevices
to hide in. An omnivore, she feeds predominently on dead plant and
animal matter, along with anything living she can locate as she scuttles
across her aquatic habitat. She is vulnerable to pollution, and also
features on menus across the world.
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