posted on May, 24 2011 @ 08:42 AM
I live in Tennessee and as a child i was looking for "crawdads" otherwise known as crayfish when I came across a series of holes dug into the bank
just below the water's surface. Not wanting to stick my hand in there I took a quart mason jar and a stick, placed the jar outside the opening and
probed the hole with the stick. What came out startled me and I quickly jerked the jar out of the water. The crawfish's tail was curled under itself
and the Pinchers stuck out of the top of the jar for a couple of inches. I thought I had caught some kind of fresh water lobster! I showed it off to
everyone that was with me and then turned it loose back into the creek. I don't remember the antanea being covered in fiberous feelers though.
Probably not the same thing but it doesn't surprise me, the biodiversity in this region is amazing.