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 Life Cycle of a Crawfish?

Answer The crawfish, a decapod (ten-limbed) crustacean, lives its life predominately in fresh water regions such as rivers, streams and lakes. They only occasionally venture onto land. Their overall appea... Read More »
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Can you use frozen crawfish for a crawfish boil?

Crawfish---also known as crayfish---are best when served fresh, but frozen varieties can be used for a boil if you are unable to get live or recently caught shellfish. Thaw the frozen crawfish in a... Read More »
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Vampire Bat Life Cycle?

The bat order, Chiroptera, splits bats into Megachiroptera (megabats) and Microchiroptera (microbats). In the wild, common vampire bats are microbats that live about nine years. In captivity they c... Read More »
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What does star life cycle mean?

Stars go through multiple stages from creation to "death." The phases of a star's life cycle are protostar, fusion ignition, main sequence, red giant or super giant and white dwarf or black hole. W... Read More »
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Life Cycle of a Whipworm?

The whipworm (trichuris vulpis) commonly infects dogs. The small two-inch worms reside in the intestinal tract of the canine where the large intestine joins with the small intestine. The worm sport... Read More »
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