Crayfish On The Loose! | Page 2

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    I am going to get a bowl of some water and put food in it. I believe they are more active at night. He use to come out during the day and when I got more fish he wasn't having it and he would stay in his cave all day and come out for a bit at night.
     
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    Get a flash light and search for round black BEADY eyes in the dark
     
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    Been looking in every nook and cranny and anything that would be cave-like because Roomba LOVES caves and hiding spots.
     
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    That's what we've been doing. I pulled everything out from the corners and looked hard under the bed, around the computers. He went poof.
     
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    how weird! start looking in any places that are small and things that can be opened. check you bed sheets :). Also look in bags, backpacks and other small, places with a small opening.
     
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    Trying to catch a Roomba like... Here boy! Dinner time!
     

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    Still no lobster. I don't think we'll ever find him. Time to get a new cray!
     
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    Can you smuggle one up to Canada for me? :)
     
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    Darn, no luck still?
    How large of a place are you living in? I would never find a lost cray in my 48,000 sqft home.

    I did once lose a hermit crab, but I tracked it down.
    My brother found it while he was in the bathroom.
     
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    We live in a small 2 story house and our room is on the bottom floor and there is no way he would have been able to climb the stairs cuz they are much taller than he is. I've given up. No trace of him what-so-ever.
     
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    Couldn't find a Roomba so I got this baby cray. Little smaller than my pointer finger and currently regrowing its leg. I even got it some new driftwood with a perfect shape for it to use as a cave. I tried to sex it and I think it's a girl. Any name ideas?
     

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