Crazy About Crayfish

by: Anna Endreny

What breathes and eats in water, dramatically clamps down on students' pencils, carries eggs that hatch to produce many offspring, excites students tremendously, does not die easily and stinks up a classroom, and--most importantly--is able to teach students about habitats, adaptations, and inquiry investigations? The answer: crayfish.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 4/1/2006Stock # sc06_043_07_32Volume 043Issue 07

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