they might eat fish or something
Crayfish of what I have seen in the wild and done myself caterpillars will fall in the water and be eaten and in my tank I feed my crayfish meal worms
No, but raccoons will eat crayfish.
No, crayfish eat chocolate.
Yerrp they eat crayfish !!
Yes they do eat Crayfish
Yes, Crayfish eat lettuce.
No, crayfish do not eat bread, as bread has yeast in it
everglade frogs do not eat crayfish
Yes crayfish can eat hot dogs. Crayfish are omnivores and they can eat both meat and plants.They will eat anything they can get their claws on.
Yes, crayfish do eat seaweed. Crayfish are omnivores, meaning they will eat both animal and plant matter in their environment.
No Snapper do not eat Crayfish but they eat Kiwi and other Native animals.
Fresh water crayfish in the wild feed on both living and dead plants and animals. Those kept in aquariums can eat fish food and plants, but will also feed on small fish which they can catch.
Crayfish are not fish, and they love to eat fish if they can catch them.
Merganser ducks do eat crayfish. Mallard ducks do not eat crayfish. Ducks also eat small fish, frogs, and insects. It depends on the type of duck.
crayfish eat tadpoles,snails,small fish, and insects.crayfish also eat plants and waterweeds
no. a salamander is almost the size of a crayfish.
Crayfish eats Earthworms
Crayfish cannot eat adult mosquitoes. Crayfish are aquatic. However, baby crayfish love to eat mosquito larvae. Mosquito larvae begin their life in water and later grow into their adult flying form.
Not only do they eat crayfish, it is a common food source for larger browns.
Yes! We have a flock of blackbirds (with yellow eyes) that eat crayfish out of our stream in PA.
Many things eat crayfish like sea eagles, sharks and larger fish
yes they do many pregnant crayfish aka crawfish will eat algae
No, although dolphins do eat some crustaceans such as shrimp, their diet does not consist of crayfish. They do eat squid and a variety of fishes.
No. Squid are saltwater creatures, and crayfish live in freshwater.
Kaikoura on the east coast if the South Island is the crayfish/lobster capital of New Zealand. "Kaikoura" means to eat crayfish/lobster in maori (kai: to eat, koura: crayfish/lobster)