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Lobsters comprise a family (Nephropidae, sometimes also Homaridae) of large marine crustaceans.

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Who has no vocal chords, two stomachs, and pee out of their faces? These little guys!

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Frozen lobsters can sometimes revive themselves after being thawed.

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Pop-Sci article on why lobsters turn red when they are cooked

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A female is a “hen”. A male is “cock”, a little guy is a “chicken”, a “pistol” has no claws, and a “cull” has just one.

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Only 10 out of 10,000 lobster eggs live to maturity.

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This shows how to sex lobsters.

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Lobsters have biological immortality! This means that biologically they do not age or deteriorate and could hypothetically live forever.

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Here is an image of an unusual orange lobster.

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This is a lobster image.

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