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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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Lobster contains a rich source of nutrients like vitamin E, Omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, and B12.
The lobster, carrying roe on its underside, is five times heavier than the common species of spiny lobster (panulirus homarus) found along the east coast of Taiwan, which weigh up to only 600 grams and are 20 cm in length, Chi said.
From these measurements, we can accurately estimate the number of eggs the animal is carrying without damaging the lobster.
While you enjoy your lobsters, don't forget, there are more dishes you can feast on!
Salim bin Sultan al-Araimi, Director of Fish Development Department in Ja'alan Bani Bu Ali said that the fishermen of the wilaya fish lobster because these coastal villages are close to locations that are rich in lobster that usually live in the rocks and coral reefs, in addition to sand, mud and shallow depths.
According to the Marine Species Identification Portal (MISP), which was started with help form the UNESCO, the lobster is "Reported from rather shallow water in Japan, where it sometimes is caught in lobster trap nets." The uses of the lobster are limited.
Grant also The concept of the event is to promote Seafood specially Prawn and amp; Lobster in Pakistani society and let the people gain utmost flavor of Prawn and amp; lobster from Casbah, 'where they can have chose their live Prawn and amp; Lobster'.
She conducted her first experiment with a lobster named Roscoe.
Determining indicators and reference points for American lobster abundance, particularly those of pre-recruits, remains an ongoing challenge (Caddy, 2004; Steneck, 2006).
4 To catch a lobster, do not grab at it or even reach for it.
Shellfish-lover Tristan Wood spotted the "extremely rare" tangocoloured lobster - and decided it should be saved not served.