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CLAWS: Chinese City’s 100-ton Crayfish Statue

Lifestyle / Green Living : WebEcoist

The Chinese city of Qianjiang is celebrating its freshwater crustacean-catching roots with a bright red, 50-ft tall, 100-ton statue of a rampant crayfish. The post CLAWS: Chinese City’s 100-ton Crayfish Statue appeared first on WebE...

Lost freshwater may double climate change effects on agriculture

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

A new analysis combining climate, agricultural, and hydrological models finds that shortages of freshwater used for irrigation could double the detrimental effects of climate change on agriculture.

A new tiny species of crayfish from the swamps of coastal eastern Australia

Academics / General Science : Science Codex

Hidden in one of Australia's most developed and fastest growing areas lives one of the world's smallest freshwater crayfish species. Robert B McCormack the Team Leader for the Australian Crayfish Project described the new species be...

Freshwater crayfish: the forgotten invaders wreaking havoc across Africa

News / International Affairs : Huffington Post: World Blog

Ana Luisa Nunes, Stellenbosch University When invasive species are discussed, most people think of plants, birds and perhaps a few mammals. But Africa has become home to another, less well known kind of invader: freshwater crayfish....

A crowning success for crayfish

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

Australian freshwater crayfish have a tooth enamel very similar to humans. Nature sometimes copies its own particularly successful developments. Scientists have now found that the teeth of the Australian freshwater crayfish Cherax q...


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