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Gunpla TV – Louisiana Crawfish Creature Arc

Say hello to the Louisiana crawfish! A common sight in the southern and southeastern United States and northern Mexico, it has also been introduced to other areas and has sometimes made an invasive pest of itself. It should also be noted that it’s delicious! Fujimi’s model kit of the “mudbug” in brilliant red will be about 23cm long when completed, and features movable front claws with pinching action, movable 2nd-through-5th legs, and a movable tail.

In this episode:
Creature Arc Procambarus Clarkii / Louisiana Crawfish (Red)
See all Louisiana Crawfish kits here!

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Level 75 Marketing Mage. Editor, admin, and occasional code monkey. Stand User in her free time. Though she does build kits when time allows, time doesn't allow often. Her favorite lines are Hasegawa's Mechatro WeGo line, Meng's World War Toons Pinky line, and weird miscellany like Platz's bonsai tree kits. In general, if it's a detailed miniature that's too small to be useful for anything other than taking up space, she'll probably love it.

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  1. love the intro

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  2. Finally, we get the review of the almighty fish of cray/craw! And that intro, haha, simply amazing! Really excited to see this, it looks so lifelike! I do like this kit very much and will be seriously considering it!! 😀

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  3. Unexpected kit, but not unwelcome.

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  4. time to create life

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  5. That opening sequence was weird… and haunting.

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  6. In the pictures, you should have included the Zoids Death Stinger.

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  7. Awwww, what a cute scorpion mermaid.

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  8. Im suprised how realistic it looks. Guess armoured animals are a great fit for modelkits!

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