Michigan DNR Seizes More Than 2,000 Pounds of Live Crayfish at Border

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says more than 2,000 pounds of live crayfish have been seized from a truck at the border between the U.S. and Canada. 

The DNR says conservation resource officers in St. Clair County were notified earlier this month that red swamp crayfish were found when a truck was trying to cross the border into Canada.

They say the truck had gotten the cargo in Maryland and Arkansas.

The state DNR says it’s the agency’s largest aquatic invasive species seizure.