Sorry if this is a stupid question. It seems that everyone loves having their crayfish and other inverts and fish etc to have babies, and the internet is full of information on how to get them to have babies and how to care for the babies and have them survive. But these animals have many tens and even hundreds of babies. I am confused as to what everyone is doing with the babies once they have been born/hatched and once you get them to survive? I understand some people are breeders who breed and sell these animals professionally or semi-professionally, and I understand that some people use the offspring as feeders to feed to other animals. But what is the average aquatic pet owner doing with hundreds of baby crayfish in their house? I sometimes feel as though I am the only one who is obsessed with ensuring that my crays, frogs, shrimp, fish etc do not or cannot get pregnant. Im thinking alot of people probably just leave the babies/juvies in with the adults and hope they get eaten? It would be awesome if my crayfish could have one baby a year lol but I just do not have the room or tank space to deal with hundreds of them each year and I am really wondering if there is something that I am missing or not understanding.