PRESERVATION OF RARE SPECIES

BY MARKUS GMEINER AND KARIN FALTEJSEK

CRAYFISH-BREEDING USED TO BE A JOB FOR PROFESSIONAL FISHERMEN IN EUROPE. BUT AROUND THE TURN OF THE CENTURY, THE CRAYFISH PEST NEARLY RENDERED THE SPECIES EXTINCT.
ANTON LANZ, A WELL KNOWN COOK AND CRAYFISH BREEDER IS PROTECTING THE INDIGENOUS CRAYFISH.

HE MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR THE CRAYFISH TO PREVAIL AGAIN IN GERMAN WATERS. IT‘S BEEN YEARS OF HARD WORK TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO SUSTAIN CRAYFISH POPULATION. THE POND IN WHICH THEY LIVE IS KEPT ALL NATURAL AND SELF REGULATED WITHOUT THE USE OF ANTIBIOTICS OR CHEMICALS.

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