i don't think they are because there are LOADS of crayfish in the rivers
People kill them for fun and nobody notices that they are endangered.
Dunsborough burrowing crayfish is an endangered animal in Australia. It is listed as critically endangered.
No; a crayfish is a crayfish, and a kangaroo is a kangaroo. The crayfish is an invertebrate and a crustacean, and the kangaroo is a mammal, specificially a marsupial.
Crayfish are either crayfish or yabbies. Yabbies are the freshwater crayfish found in inland creeks and dams.
My older crayfish died and my littler crayfish has not yet how do/can they die?
Because they are delicious!! No seriously here is what I found: "Crayfish are threatened by habitat destruction caused by dams, water pollution, erosion, siltation, in-stream gravel dredging and, particularly, the introduction of nonnative crayfishes and other exotics. About 65 species of crayfish are endangered, threatened, or listed as species of special concern by the states in which they live, and 48 percent of our native crayfish species are in need of protection. These numbers are best estimates only. The exact status of crayfish endangerment or extinction rates in the United States is largely unknown because very few distribution and population surveys have been completed. " Here is a link to the site where I found this information: http://www.ext.vt.edu/pubs/fisheries/420-524/420-524.html
Crayfish are omnivores.
why do the crayfish fight
Do crayfish have tarritoris
what is the texture of crayfish
No. Crayfish are invertebrates.
protects the crayfish
Crayfish are related to small lobsters. Here is a link for pictures of crayfish. http://mackers.com/crayfish/pics.htm
Yes, a crayfish is a detritivore
crayfish live in water
Yes, crayfish are arthropods.
Yes they do.
Crayfish lay eggs.
No, a crayfish is not a mollusk. It is an arthropod.
the crayfish resembles a lobster
yes crayfish do have pincers
see if crayfish bite?
Crayfish are invertebrates.