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Wiveca's Crayfish Summative

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A look at crayfish structures, behaviors & habitat.

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Wiveca's Crayfish Summative

  1. 1. crayfish Crayfish structures!!!!!!! This is a antenna and it helps the The
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!!!! The eyes are used for seeing A mouth is used for eating. This is pincer and the pincers are used for hunting and protecting itself These are walking legs they are used for walking. The joints are used for bending. The tail flap helps the crayfish move.
  2. 2. io rs t eh a v B If you put a crayfish in a place were is another crayfish, and there is only one home the crayfish will fight for it If you try to touch because they both want a home! (like on a crayfish it will If you put a crayfish in a baisin for 5 minutes it will the picture) surrender go to the small house in the baisin. If you touch a If you put a crayfish crayfish back it on a table it will mite sometimes walk,surrender if you jump backwards. touch it or come close to it,it will also try to escape.
  3. 3. H abi tat crayfish don't have their own home,they move a lot. Crayfish live at the bottom Crayfish live at the bottom crayfish need of fresh water lakes,slow of food, their own territory, rocks, oxygen (air) flowing rivers,and in flowing rivers, and in fresh water and weeds. creaks. creaks.

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