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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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Walton Brown JP, MP, announced a cap on the number of recreational lobster divers for the 2017-2018 season, which opens September 1, 2017.
Where margates mill under ledges, lobsters may or may not be present, but when schools of porkfish are found, it's a reasonable bet that lobsters are nearby.
Tristan knows lobsters are usually a dark browngreen in the sea before turning colour when they are cooked.
It will be very interesting to see if the adult female remains the same orange colour when she next moults, as our experience shows that the vivid blue coloured lobsters can change their colour through moulting.
Police Sergeant Craig Fyall said: "This might seem like a comical incident but this is a fisherman's livelihood and he believes the lobsters to be worth around PS1300.
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.
It'll seem unnecessary, but once you get the lobsters crackers out, you'll be grateful.
Depending on volumes, Bukhov says he wants to start with two to three direct deliveries of live lobsters per week from Canada.
maenas may compete with or even consume native American lobsters (Homarus americanus Milne Edwards) (Rossong et al.
a wholesaler in Arundel, Maine, the demand has meant 14-hour nights spent stuffing wriggling lobsters into crates so they can reach China in time for the Lunar New Year, which is today this year.
When I moved to Utah, I started bringing live lobsters out here and it's morphed into selling traditional Maine lobster rolls in Park City.