Cranberry Glades Stop 10
Backstory and Context
Most crayfish are a rusty brown color and may take on bluish hues at times. However, the blue crayfish in Cranberry Glades are not believed to change colors but retain the blue exoskeleton throughout their lives. Although scientists believe the blue crayfish to be fairly common in Cranberry Glades, due to their subterranean habitat often emerging only nocturnally, they are seldom seen. Visitors to Cranberry Glades may encounter some remains of a blue crawfish that has been predated by a raccoon.