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What are predators of crayfish?

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The primary predators of crayfish young and eggs are other crayfish and fish. Most adult crayfish are preyed on by large fish, otters, raccoons, mink, and great blue herons. Northern clearwater crayfish, and other crayfish, escape from predators with a "tail-flip" response.

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