All About Lobsters

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By JohnBraswell

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The Lobster March
There are about 100 different types of lobsters around the globe. The American lobster is very similar to the European lobster. Germany, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark call the lobster a hummer. France calls it homard. In waters to the south, a clawless, spiny lobster, and is related to the American lobster. This species does not have large front claws.
Spiny lobsters appear more sociable. Fishermen have seen hundreds and even thousands of these lobsters migrate, especially after a storm, to an area to breed, for more food, or towards warmer weather. It is known as the “lobster march”. They march single file from offshore into the ocean, usually as the autumn storms bring cooler.
Although only clawless lobsters have been seen or filmed doing this march, it is believed lobsters with claws do something similar based on recapture and tagging research. Over many years, scientists have marked the adult lobsters and when fishermen catch these tagged lobsters, they are able to see where they were released and where they are found, and approximate the straight line they traveled. The disance traveled can be very close to 180 miles away.

Humans have a similar march, where you will see many people standing in line to get into a good seafood place to dine on lobster.

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