How do lobsters survive?
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.
Crabs and Lobsters have a few things similar to each other. For instance, · Crabs and lobsters are seafood. · Crabs and lobsters live underground. · Crabs and lobsters have shells. · Crabs and lobsters have claws. · Crabs and lobsters live in oceans. · Crabs and lobsters are omnivores. · Crabs and lobsters come from the society of Animalia.
People on cruise ships have dumped live ones overboard to "save them". There is a joke that the sinking of the Titanic must have seemed a miracle to the lobsters on board. Would a lobster whose species lives in waters less than 1000 feet deep survive a descent to a mile or more? Would it have a chance to walk back up to a depth it prefers? Or would it be crushed by pressure?