Do most of the crawfish in America come from Louisiana?

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    The majority of crayfish species live east of the Rocky Mountains and in the Southeastern states. Many live in streams, rivers, and lakes, while others are restricted to springs, swamps, and even underground waters. A majority of crawfish live in running water, although some have adapted to small ponds and other standing bodies of water. Louisiana does not necessarily have the largest population of crawfish, they are simply a very popular food of the region. They can be found in just as large of quantities in Florida as well as parts of Alabama and Georgia. They also thrive in many rivers in the Western United States. 

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