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How long can crayfish stay out of water?

Asked: Ludovick Archambault Blais, Date Created:

Explanation: A crawfish, due to its specialized gills which enable it to breathe normal air, can survive for several days outside water as long as their gills are moist. If they live in humid conditions, they can survive for months.

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