Lobster is a delicious and nutritious food that's been around since the dinosaurs.
Lobster is a delicacy that can be found in many countries. This seafood is popular in North America, Europe and Asia.
Lobster is considered a very nutritious food as it is high in protein, low in fat and cholesterol. It also contains several vitamins including vitamin A, vitamin B12, niacin, biotin and riboflavin.
The lobster is one of the oldest creatures on earth, with fossils dating back 370 million years ago found in Canada. The lobster was named after the Latin word for locust (lobatus).
There are many types of lobsters: American lobster (Homarus americanus), spiny lobster (Palinurus elephas), rock lobster (Panulirus longipes), European green crab (Carcinus maenas) and Australian crayfish (Parastacidae).
Lobster is a delicious and versatile seafood that has been enjoyed for centuries. The lobster, which is actually a crustacean, was first discovered in the Atlantic Ocean off of North America.
The lobster's scientific name is Homarus Americanus, which means "American lobster." They are typically red or green in color, although there are also blue lobsters and even orange ones! The body of a lobster is divided into two parts: the head and the tail. The shell is made up of hard plates called exoskeleton. Lobsters are very strong swimmers, but they cannot breathe underwater; instead they must come up to the surface every few minutes to breathe air through their gills.
Lobsters can grow to be as large as 40 pounds! They have been known to live up to 100 years old!
Today we know that lobsters are delicious! There are many different types of lobster: blue, spiny rock, alpine rock, scampi (also called langoustines), Maine lobster (also called American lobster) and calico (or "lobster").