Crawdad (noun)

A freshwater crustacean that resembles a small lobster.


The word 'crawdad' is a colloquial term used primarily in the southern united states to refer to the freshwater crustacean commonly known as a crayfish. it is derived from the scottish word 'crawdab' which was used in the 19th century to refer to crayfish.


  1. Crawdads are often found in streams and rivers in North America.
  2. They are an important food source for many fish and wildlife species.
  3. Crawdads are most active at night and are known to use their claws for defense and foraging.
  4. Crawdads are often used as bait for fishing and are also popular as a culinary ingredient in some regions.
  5. The appearance of crawdads can vary based on species and location, but they are typically brown or green in color.
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