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  1. nodle
    January 14, 2011

    then what about what we get in new zealand? we dont call them lobster there crayfish………. or did you like many other people in the world not know we exist and have and eat crayfish

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    • 1bad
      January 20, 2011

      What is new zealand?

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    • patty
      February 15, 2011

      The article talks about crayfish.

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      • Mahina
        October 19, 2015

        Crayfish that we have in New Zealand live in the sea. Not in fresh water bodies, as described in this article.

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      • Vic
        April 13, 2019

        Same here in South Africa. Saltwater crayfish is what we feast on in this neck of the woods.

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  2. Rachel
    February 18, 2011

    New Zealand? Where’s that? I thought the US was the only country that had seafood 🙂

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  3. madjules
    November 9, 2011

    Crayfish live is the ocean (SALT WATER) just FYI.

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    • madjules
      November 9, 2011

      in*
      i think you’re thinking of yabbies? or maybe crayfish are different in Australia?

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      • Aussie
        April 18, 2020

        Yabbies you reckon? YABBIES are freshwater crustaceans found in lakes, rivers, farmer’s dams etc – which aussies and kiwis definitely do NOT confuse with CRAYFISH, which are fished from THE OCEAN ( that would be Indian Ocean / Southen Ocean (Antarctic) / Pacific Ocean.
        If you don’t live in the Southern Hemisphere, may be you shouldn’t comment on things you THINK you know.

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  4. Dan
    June 21, 2012

    I’m a cray fisherman from bluff new zealand,10-15 cm wtf? Maybe if u want to go to jail for under sized fish. Who ever wrote this article is a fool. The southern pacific is not fresh water. What a moron!

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    • Mahina
      October 19, 2015

      Hahaha I know exactly what you mean! I am a Kiwi living in China and the seafood that they serve here would get us arrested back home!!! The shellfish are teensy tiny and the crab are so small I don’t know how they get any meat out of them!

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    • Mat
      October 22, 2017

      Sorry you are wrong. Aussies and kiwis might call them crayfish but they are rock lobsters.

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    • Dennisomfs
      December 6, 2017

      I think there’s a breakdown in communication here as well as definition by region. Kiwi’s call some species of saltwater lobsters “crayfish”. In the states that term refers to a small freshwater crustacean. The critters are all related. Atlantic lobster have claws, pacific spiny lobsters (coastal US) don’t. Crayfish (crawfish or crawdads here in states) also have claws so actually closer to real, clawed lobsters even though in freshwater. There are other examples of same critters having different names in different regions of world as well as just slang terms (football vs ‘foot’ball, bum vs bum, etc)….

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  5. Gay
    October 19, 2017

    U gays suc ral bad. I am smrt and I no that all crayfish are gay. I am a smart scientist and I like to have se with them. Wahmen crayfish dont exist. So shut up you .

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  6. Norma
    December 23, 2020

    Yes, crayfish in Australia certainly live in the sea.

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