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Will crayfish eat guppies?

Asked: Mike A Philbrick, Last Updated:

Like shrimp, crayfish have increased in popularity in recent years. ... Crayfish will eat guppies if they can catch them. If you want to keep crayfish, you should keep them in a tank of at least 30 gallons with fish that are large enough that the crayfish cannot eat them.

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