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Are crayfish bad for the environment?

Asked: Jesse Wisecup, Last Updated:

Crayfish are very intolerant of pollution and other human-generated fouling of their environment. A rich crayfish population, then, is a very positive index of habitat quality. Crayfish are more abundant in streams that have acidic water.

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