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About 250 species have been identified to date, and they can be divided into two distinct groups; clawed lobsters like the American and European variant, and clawless "rock" lobsters like the Caribbean spiny lobster. #Facts #Lobsters #SeaCreatures
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Lobsters typically move by crawling across the seafloor, but they can also be very agile in a pinch. Using their powerful tails, lobsters can shoot backward to quickly swim away from any predators daring enough to attack these armored crustaceans. #Facts #Lobsters #SeaCreatures
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Lobster Claws Are Insanely Tough And Can Regenerate #Facts #Lobsters #SeaCreatures
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Lobsters lack vocal cords and are therefore unable to make any vocalizations, much less a scream. They are completely silent creatures. #Lobsters #SeaCreatures
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Lobsters are bottom feeders who typically eat shellfish, crabs, and other invertebrates. Unfortunately, lobsters are invertebrates themselves and they are not above putting each other on the menu. #Lobsters #SeaCreatures