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How do you make tap water safe for crayfish?

Asked: Nick LaFave, Last Updated:

You can use tap water, however, you will need to let the water rest for at least 24 hours, and this will help establish room temperature and such for the crawfish. Add small rocks or pebbles in the bottom of the tank and create a little place for the crawfish to hide, they love to hide.

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