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How do lobsters survive?

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Different species of lobster are adapted in different ways. Spiny lobsters, for instance, do not have claws like those that are more widely recognized. Instead, they have long rapier-like antennae that can be used to defend themselves. Lobsters are scavengers eating just about anything that they find including carrion.

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by fish and lobsters with fur for the cold

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