What is a Burrowing Crayfish?

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The Question: What is a burrowing crayfish?

Submitted by: Wade, New Zealand

The Short Answer: A burrowing crayfish is a small freshwater crustacean that looks something like a shrimp or marine lobster. They make tunnels in mud near water. You can read more about burrowing crayfish at this post: http://askanaturalist.com/burrowing-crayfish/.

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