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Lobster

A slang term for a $20 note in Australia. The term is derived from the fact that $20 notes are mostly red.
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The Marine Resources Board and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources are concerned about the long term health of Bermudas lobster population, particularly in the shallow areas closer to shore.
The bases themselves can be grabbed firmly with no fear of breakage and the lobster can be extracted.
But this bright orange lobster was caught in the Irish Sea off the coast of north Wales - where the chances of catching one are estimated at onein-30,000,000.
It was the first time that anyone at Anglesey Sea Zoo had even seen a common lobster in the bright orange form.
He said he separated Bleu from the rest of the lobsters and placed it in a secure and safe location because the other lobsters were often aggressive.
Lobster Roll Sliders are available from July 4 until August 28, 2016.
At the LOBSTER POT, the lobster roll is a meal and comes on a plate with a choice of two sides from a selection of eight.
We always had surf and turf on the menu and there's always a lobster, but it's a very tiny part of the experience.
The following year, Bukhov worked on the launch of Goodman in London and it was in the UK capital that the three struck upon the idea for Burger & Lobster.
maenas, Asian shore crabs can prey on juvenile lobsters, so the presence of both of these invasive predators could influence lobster populations along the New England coast (Demeo & Riley 2006).
1 lobster state, where the boom has put more money in the pockets of lobstermen and kept shippers and processors busy during the usually slack midwinter months.
Lorin hails from New Hampshire and Ben comes from Maine--one of the country's most popular spots for fresh lobster.