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I was going to post this in the BS section but figured you folks may know more on the subject. Long story short... my daughter brings home a crawfish that her classroom had as a science project saying that she wants to keep it as a pet.

1) I love animals but don't want any pets.
2) It smells.
3) I'm pretty sure people eat these, right?
4) Its a CRAWFISH!

Here's my question.... when can I expect this thing to die?

Disclaimer: No, I am not an animal-hater so please don't yell at me like I'm trying to off the Spotted Owl or make the dolphins extinct. Just trying to avoid housing a creature that sits around in his own poopy-water and has A LOT of legs. Please Help!
 

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I found a couple of sites that say they will live to be about 1-1/2 - 2 years old.
 

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Oh great, two years with "Crabby" the Crawfish.

If I send it in the mail to one of you guys would that be considered "accessory" to some crime? haha
 

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I read that the humane way is to freeze them, but the tastiest way is a pot of boiling water with cajun spices!!:yes:
 
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