Lobsters are 10-legged crustaceans that are dwell along the bottom of oceans, freshwater and brackish environments. They are closely related to crabs and shrimp and are often caught and sold as food.
Lobster is a popular seafood that can be served either hot or cold. It can be paired with a variety of side dishes. Lobster has a mild flavor on its own, so it pairs well with lots of different foods.
A wide variety of fish, including cod, flounder and wolffish, eat young lobsters. Once lobsters reach maturity, however, they have few predators aside from man. An adult lobster is most vulnerable to predators when it is molting, as its movement is limited and its exterior is soft.
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Lobsters are submerged alive in boiling water and cooked for anywhere from 12 to 25 minutes depending on the size of the lobster. The water is sometimes seasoned with spices or vegetables, which lend additional flavor to the lobster meat.
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In New England, small lobsters that weigh between 1 and 2 pounds are commonly called chicken or chick lobsters. It takes a lobster seven years to reach 1 pound in weight.
Lobsters breathe through gills, which are located in a structure called the carapace. The carapace is situated at the top of the cephalothorax, which is commonly referred to as the lobster’s head. There are 20 pairs of gills that are separated into two branchial chambers inside the carapace. The gil