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Will baby crayfish eat each other?

Asked: Tommy D, Last Updated:

Careful with the Baby Crayfish However, crayfish are known to eat each other. So after a few short days, take the female out of the tank. The last thing you want is to have mom eat her babies. ... Later, your crayfish can eat sinking pellets and will have other choices in food.

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