What Is a Crawfish?

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Crawfish is a type of fish that is a member of the super-families Parastacoidea and Astacoidea. It is a freshwater crustacean that looks like small lobsters, to which it is related. Crawfish breathes through its feather-like gills, and is usually found in water bodies that do not freeze at the bottom.
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A crawfish, also called a crayfish, is a small crustacean that lives in streams and looks like a miniature lobster. They are very popular fare in Louisiana, and are commonly eaten
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Some salamanders eat young crawfish. Some species of salamander eat crawfish. The Mudpuppy is a salamander with gills that lives under rocks in a stream or river. As crawfish also
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Crayfish (noun) Any of numerous freshwater decapod crustaceans resembling the lobster but usually
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It's crawfish, not CRAYFISH and not Crawdad. Please don't ever call it that and you'll be fine. It does go by an additional generic title: Supper.
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craw·fish
[kraw-fish]
NOUN [PLURAL, (ESPECIALLY COLLECTIVELY) CRAW·FISH, (ESPECIALLY REFERRING TO TWO OR MORE KINDS OR SPECIES) CRAW·FISH·ES.]
1.
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [CRAW·FISHED, CRAW·FISH·ING.]
2.
Informal. to back out or retreat from a position or undertaking.
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