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A bayou is a small, slow moving stream or creek. Bayous are usually located in flat, low-lying areas. Many bayous are home to crawfish,shrimp, shellfish and catfish. The word bayou was first recorded used by the French in Louisiana. Bayou is thought to originate from the Choctow Indian word bayuk which means "small stream".

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