American crayfish invade Berlin waters

Are American Crayfish This Year’s Berlin Delicacy?

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

In the American south, crayfish are prized for their appetizing qualities, but when the red swamp crustaceans began invading new and unfamiliar turf in Berlin over the past year, they were anything but popular in the German city. It is believed the North American crawfish, or Procambarus clarkii, were abandoned …

Sources: Reuters

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