Asked in Animal Life, Crustaceans, Lobster
What does crayfish and lobster have that's different?
For starters, it's crawfish. I'm from the south. That's how we spell/say "crayfish". Anyway, crawfish and lobster are very different! Crawfish do not live in the sea like lobster. Crawfish have a nickname. Which is, the mud bug. They live in muddy water. Possibly swamps. Lobster are ALWAYS bigger. Crawfish have less meat on them. But they tend to be put in spicy spices when doing a crawfish boil or party. ...
Asked in Lobster, Food Chains and Food Webs
What eats a lobster?
Some sea Snakes do eat lobster. It waits for the moment when a lobster sheds its shell. And then that kind of egg-like soft and delicate lobster are eaten by those snakes. Don't exactly remember the name of the snake but it's big in size and can remain under the sea for hours....
What is the different between lobster and crayfish?
lobsters are bigger lobsters live in the sea and in saltwater lakes crayfish live in rivers and freshwater lakes i think please correct me if I'm wrong ...