PropertyValue
rdf:type
rdfs:label
  • Crawfish
rdfs:comment
  • The crawfish is a common "fish" (actually a crustacean) found in the holding pond between the months of April to the middle of September. It is one of the four holding pond fish, the other three being the frog, tadpole, and killifish. It has the largest attraction radius to the bait of all fish species in game[citation needed], even performing 180 degree turns to reach the bait. In recent games, as the holding pond's size has been increased, the attraction has lowered slightly and the need to perform difficult maneuvers with the fishing rod in order to reach the "fish" is not as high.
  • At the end of the Crustaceous Era, sixty-five million years ago come next November, animals with hard exoskeletons ruled life on Earth with an iron claw. (Er, not literally iron, of course. Their ruling claws were actually armored with plutonium carbonate.) Huge crabs stalked the kelp forests and pubic tangles of the tropics, giant tarantulas roamed the puddinglike marshes and desserts, and magnificent arctic trilobites dominated the polar ice caps.
Season
  • Spring-Fall
  • Spring and summer
dcterms:subject
index AFe+
  • 32
tmname
  • Amerika-zarigani
JName
  • アメリカザリガニ
timeday
  • All day
timeyear
  • --09-15
index NL
  • 11
nameother
  • Cangrejo de rio
  • Flusskrebs
  • Gambero
  • Languste
  • Écrevisse
index WW
  • 11
Shadow
  • Small
index AC
  • 32
Rarity
  • Common
index CF
  • 11
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Scientific name
  • Procambarus clarkii
Habitat
  • Ponds
Name
  • Crawfish
ImageSize
  • 100
  • 240
  • 298
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Price
  • 200
  • 250
File
  • Crawfish .png
  • Crawfish encyclopedia .jpg
Family
  • (sup.Astacoidea)
  • Cambaridae - Crayfish
Quote
  • I caught a crawfish! Watch those pinchers!
  • These lobster relatives are known to propagate quickly.
  • When threatened, they cut their legs off, but these grow back when they molt.
Location
Size
  • 4.700000
  • 4.800000
  • About 4.8 inches
abstract
  • The crawfish is a common "fish" (actually a crustacean) found in the holding pond between the months of April to the middle of September. It is one of the four holding pond fish, the other three being the frog, tadpole, and killifish. It has the largest attraction radius to the bait of all fish species in game[citation needed], even performing 180 degree turns to reach the bait. In recent games, as the holding pond's size has been increased, the attraction has lowered slightly and the need to perform difficult maneuvers with the fishing rod in order to reach the "fish" is not as high.
  • At the end of the Crustaceous Era, sixty-five million years ago come next November, animals with hard exoskeletons ruled life on Earth with an iron claw. (Er, not literally iron, of course. Their ruling claws were actually armored with plutonium carbonate.) Huge crabs stalked the kelp forests and pubic tangles of the tropics, giant tarantulas roamed the puddinglike marshes and desserts, and magnificent arctic trilobites dominated the polar ice caps. Today crustaceans remain top predators in only a few places in the world: the blackwater swamps of Louisiana, the perpetually mist-shrouded slopes of the Ruwenzori Mountains, the jungle-draped headwaters of the Amazon River, the fumey smogs of downtown Singapore, and other savage horrible settings for Uncyclopedia articles. It is there that the lowly but pretentious crawfish lies in wait, his claws poised over his computer keyboard.