is dark olive green and we have powerful, cream-coloured claws.
We're really spiney, making it hard for you to hold us.
to around 30 cm and weigh around 1 kg. The biggest Murray
crayfish recorded was 3.5 kg and probably around 50 years
the second biggest freshwater crayfish in the world. The biggest
is the Tasmanian freshwater crayfish with one weighing a record
slowly and become adults when we're about six to seven years
out this picture of a Murray crayfish. Click on it for a bigger
mainly on aquatic plant matter that is decaying and also eat
dead fish and other animals.
cod and golden perch eat us.