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Can you find crayfish in a stream?

Asked: Mike A Philbrick, Last Updated:

Crawfish live in fast-flowing rivers and streams amidst rocks, in mud, vegetation and other underwater foliage it can hide or find cover in. It prefers fast-flowing water because it cannot live long in a polluted habitat.

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