How Do Crayfish Protect Themselves?

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Crayfish protect themselves by chellae which large developed claws found on the two front legs. They also protect themselves by attacking the prey and even move small stones or pick the things up. They are found in fresh water bodies such as rivers, ponds, lakes and also water filled ditches.
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They protect themselves with their shell. They can curl up their tail to protect their belly, and their claws help as protection from attacks.
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The crayfish is a crustacean like a lobster. Crustacean means that there is a rind or shell. Crustaceans are invertebrates, meaning they do not have a ventral heart or vertebral.
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they run away.
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they pee on their enemies to get them away they pee on their enemies to get them away( WORNG INFO
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