|Behind the Scenes|
The Bug-Eyed Crawmad has a similar body structure to the Hermit Crawmad, along with similar behaviors to the crustacean creature. It is very large compared to the smaller relative, and its distinctive thanks to its large, stalked eyes. Since no studies on its ancestry has been done as of yet, and comparing its claws to its smaller relative it is hypothesized that this is a late-evolving species.
Bug-Eyed Crawmads dig larger, and more elaborate burrows, with numerous entrances and exits for the creatures to position themselves in other locations to hunt down smaller prey.