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Where do crayfish live in lakes?

Asked: Enrique Monton Peribañez, Last Updated:

They live in ponds, streams, rivers, and lakes most typically under submerged rocks and logs. Some species are also capable of digging burrows frequently topped with tall, distinctive “turrets” that are often located some distance from the water's edge.

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  • What do shrimp look like when they die?

    They Molt as They Grow An easy way to tell whether it's a shell or a dead shrimp is that dead shrimp tend to be pinkish in color, whereas a shell will look almost exactly the same as a living aquarium shrimp. Molting is a necessary process that shrimp must go through numerous times as they grow.

  • How do you make frozen fish not watery?

    You don't want this excess moisture hanging around while you're cooking, and the most efficient way to get rid of it is to rinse it off in cold water and thoroughly pat the fish dry with a paper towel.

  • Do baby crayfish eat their mom?

    Crayfishes are very bad parents. The mom will take care of the babies only for a few days until they babies start to swim around on their own. Once the babies are developed enough to swim around, the mom can eat them. That's why at this stage you need to separate the mom from the babies.

  • Does shrimp raise blood pressure?

    Shrimp has less than a tenth of a gram of saturated fat in 3 ounces. Plus, there's almost no trans fat in shrimp. The healthy fats in shrimp, like omega-3 fatty acids, can lower your blood pressure and odds of getting heart disease and stroke.

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