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    Extraterrestrial ancestral linage.

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    He makes an interesting point, but it is as if he is perhaps very nervous about being interviewed. For instance, at one point he says : "divulged" instead of "diverged".

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    my old man use to say "he's a fucken crayfish - body full of muscles, head full of shit"

    Covers a fair percentage of the population - so more compelling evidence supporting the theory.

    * crayfish is the correct name for lobster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukan Kizmiaz View Post
    * crayfish is the correct name for lobster
    No, it's not. Crayfish are freshwater, lobsters live in the sea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b
    Crayfish are freshwater, lobsters live in the sea.
    Whatever the actual / official nomenclature I think usage is a regional thing.

    What we call crayfish are very much a sea dweller in NZ.

    I was just there an ate an absolute fucktonne of them ('fucktonne' is science speak for a lot ).

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    A bit wimpy, butts may be cleaner. Depending where one licks them out from.

    That from the horses mouth.


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    Crayfish are filthy fodder , can pull them out of our local lake by the bucket full.
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    This is a crayfish in NZ:





    Nom nom nom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Whatever the actual / official nomenclature I think usage is a regional thing.

    What we call crayfish are very much a sea dweller in NZ.

    I was just there an ate an absolute fucktonne of them ('fucktonne' is science speak for a lot ).
    Yeah, regional. What we have in NZ is the spiny or rock lobster. No claws (to speak of) like the classic lobster. But always called crayfish.
    A fucktonne? Rich guy! They're not cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam
    A fucktonne? Rich guy! They're not cheap.
    No they aren't cheap but I'm fortunate enough to know a bunch of guys with boats who love diving for them.

    I just make it a habit of 'accidentally' turning up just after they've done so.

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    nearly missed it - hiding under the lemon slices!

    That'd be bait, north of Gero, West Oz.

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    Bob think you need to learn how to use Google search.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    No, it's not. Crayfish are freshwater, lobsters live in the sea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukan Kizmiaz View Post
    my old man use to say "he's a fucken crayfish - body full of muscles, head full of shit"

    Covers a fair percentage of the population - so more compelling evidence supporting the theory.

    * crayfish is the correct name for lobster
    Crayfish and Lobsters are related and they are not the same

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    Utter tosh Mr Delicious Thermidor of Maine

    Oddly someone was discussing the same on BBC radio 4 while I was in the bath

    Interestingly the classic maine/Nova Scotia lobsters can live longer than us up to 160 years so you could eat one that was born in 1857 anti bellum smell em first.

    As for the OPs title perhaps it shows while anyone can reproduce , research pays off
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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    This is a crayfish in NZ:





    Nom nom nom!

    Very nice.


    The ones near up are horrible little dirty things, American signal crayfish.


    The formidable American Signal Crayfish poses a massive threat to native species in rivers, lakes and ponds.

    Although on the surface everything might appear normal, beneath the waterline the crayfish is waging war on anything that stands in its path.

    The six-inch-long killing machine has already annihilated the smaller native White Claw crayfish from most of the waterways in the south of England.

    A voracious predator it will eat almost anything it finds including plants, invertebrates, snails, small fish and fish eggs. It is also a cannibal that makes a meal of its own young.

    The Signal also digs burrows up to three feet long in river banks where each year it lays more than 250 eggs at a time. At a time of increased flooding risk the numbers and size of the burrows is increasingly causing river banks to collapse.


    Introduced in the 1970s and bred on farms for the restaurant trade a handful of escapers have now grown to an aquatic army numbering millions which has infiltrated river systems from Cornwall to Scotland.


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    ^signal crayfish are edible and tasty. Easy to catch but illegal to put back.

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    They same the same about Grey Squirrels

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    signal crayfish are edible and tasty.
    Sounds like it's time for a few crayfish boils. Signals allegedly better tasting than the "mudbugs" aka crawfish Cajuns use in their pots. Looks like they're larger too.


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    It is a mystery why more are caught and eaten in the UK - loads of them about and tasty eating. Don't even have to get wet. unlike crayfish

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    Apparently you have to purify them first by letting them survive in a bucket of cold water.

    Get's the taste of the lake or river out of them.

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    Squirrels would drown in a bucket of cold water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Squirrels would drown in a bucket of cold water.
    you hold them under until they're unconscious. You do that six or seven times a day for a couple of weeks. After that they've shat and pissed out all the bitterness. It's called the Abu Ghraib technique. No idea why.

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    It is difficult to understand. I can leave a slice of bread out overnight and it'll be populated by organisms more intelligent than you. Clearly you have evolved from some scouser who never wiped his arse properly, terrifyingly that means there may be many more like you. The best hope for humanity is that your species won't be able to evolve outside Andrex two-ply.
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