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1 Bayou firefly single Bayou Firefly 29 Zoo bucks 11.150 1.115 1 day, 1 hours Marshy lake
1 Swamp lily gator single Swamp Lily Gator 250.000 Coins2 4.950 495 1 day, 6 hours Swampy bayou
1 Jass bass opossum single Jazz Bass Opossum 150.000 Coins2 2.650 265 19 hours Swampy bayou
1 Jazzy river otter single Jazzy River Otter 99 Zoo bucks 17.750 1.775 1 day, 2 hours Swampy bayou
1 Banjo raccoon single Banjo Raccoon 29 Zoo bucks 7.750 775 17 hours Swampy bayou
1 French quarter butterfly single Bayou Butterfly 450.000 Coins2 7.000 700 1 day, 5 hours Swampy bayou
1 Lace bullfrog single Lace Bullfrog 70.000 Coins2 2.150 215 1 day, 9 hours Swampy bayou
1 Jazz sax catfish single Jazz Sax Catfish 99 Zoo bucks 17.000 1.700 1 day, 1 hours Marshy lake
1 Speakeasy bobcat single Speakeasy Bobcat 99 Zoo bucks 13.950 1.395 18 hours Swampy bayou
1 Butterfly wing unicorn single Butterfly Wing Unicorn 499 Zoo bucks 15.750 1.575 17 hours Fantasia
1 Flapper heron single Flapper Heron 499 Zoo bucks 15.550 1.555 17 hours Swampy bayou
1 Pearly salamander single Pearly Salamander 120.000 Coins2 2.250 225 16 hours Swampy bayou
1 New orleans bat single New Orleans Bat 275.000 Coins2 3.850 385 1 day, 6 hours Swampy bayou
1 Lace watersnake single Lace Watersnake 99 Zoo bucks 26.450 2.645 1 day, 12 hours Marshy lake
1 Trumpeter Crawdad single Trumpeter Crawdad 29 Zoo bucks 6.550 655 12 hours Marshy lake

A bayou is an American term for a body of water typically found in flat, low-lying areas, and can refer either to an extremely slow-moving stream or river (often with a poorly defined shoreline), or to a marshy lake or wetland. The name "bayou" can also refer to creeks whose water level changes due to tides and which hold brackish water which is highly conducive to fish life and plankton. Bayous are commonly found in the Gulf Coast region of the southern United States, notably the Mississippi River region, with the state of Louisiana being famous for them. A bayou is frequently an anabranch or minor braid of a braided channel that is moving much more slowly than the mainstem, often becoming boggy and stagnant. Though vegetation varies by region, many bayous are home to crawfish, certain species of shrimp, other shellfish, catfish, frogs, toads, American alligators, American crocodiles, and a myriad of other species. Aerial view of body of water (circa 1920, Bayou, Houston, Texas)

The word was first used by the English in Louisiana and is thought to originate from the Choctaw word "bayuk", which means "small stream". The first settlements of Acadians in southern Louisiana were near Bayou Teche and other bayous, which led to a close association of the bayou with Cajun culture.

Bayou Country is most closely associated with Cajun and Creole cultural groups native to the Gulf Coast region generally stretching from Houston, Texas, to Mobile, Alabama, and picking back up in South Florida around The Everglades with its center in New Orleans, Louisiana.

An alternative spelling "buyou" has also been used, as in "Pine Buyou", used in a description by Congress in 1833 of Arkansas Territory.
Source: wikipedia.org

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