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Scientific NameCambaridae Camburus
AppearancesAnimal Crossing

Animal Crossing: Wild World

Animal Crossing: City Folk
LocationHolding Pond
Date AvailabilityApr-Sep1
Time AvailabilityAll day
Sales Price250
Shadow Sizesmall
Tank Size1x1

The Crawfish is a commonly found fish that adventures the holding pond in each town.


[edit] Players

This is what your player says when you catch a Crawfish:

[edit] Animal Crossing

"I caught a crawfish! Check out those pincers!"

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

"I caught a crawfish! Stick that in your craw!"

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

Don't pinch me!

[edit] Menu

This is what the meny will say when you catch the Crawfish:

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

"When threatened, they cut their legs off, but these grow back when they molt."

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"These lobster relatives are known to propagate quickly."

[edit] Museum

This is what Blathers will say when you donate this fish:

[edit] Animal Crossing: Wild World

"You'll find these little fellows in many pots across the southland, I imagine. I've personally never sampled one. They look rather... insect-ish. Blech."

[edit] Animal Crossing: City Folk

"...I don't do particularly well when around crawfish. I mean, really. Look at it. It's like a wretched insect! And those legs... Did you notice all those wiggly legs? All the better to revolt me. Hoo, and the vulgar belly, all segmented and buglike. Absolutely abhorrent!"

[edit] Trivia

[edit] Real Life

Crawfish are mainly found in small streams and ponds that house shelter from predators. Most Crawfish cannot stand polluted water, and need to live in clean water to live a normal and healthy life. These hard boned creatures use feather-like gills to breathe while under water.

The name Crawfish was given to this fish by the french word escrevisse, meaning crawl. Most of the time these creatures are reffered to as Crayfish, but are usually called Crawfish within North America.

These creatures are, sadly, mainly used as bait throughout the word, instead of other uses.

Last edited by Amsey on 21 June 2012 at 12:03
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