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Procambarus Clarkii (Crawfish) is most commonly found in warm fresh water, such as slowly flowing rivers, marshes, reservoirs, irrigation systems and rice paddies. The crawfish can grow very quickly, making it an ideal crop for farming. In normal conditions the crawfish is capable of reaching weights in excess of 1.8 oz and sizes of 2.2–4.7 inches long. Additionally, the crawfish is physiologically capable of tolerating relatively low dissolved oxygen concentrations, and can even tolerate dry spells of up to four months. The average lifetime of a crawfish is five years.