The Largest Lobster Ever Caught
Largest lobster is an interesting topic that we will discuss in this post. Largest lobster known on record was caught on February 12, 1977 in Nova Scotia, Canada. Lobster claw consists of a family (Nephropidae, sometimes also Homaridae) of large marine crustaceans. Very valuable as seafood, lobsters are economically important, and often one of the most profitable commodities in the coastal region they fill up. This is the largest lobster ever caught.
Largest lobster has particularly sizes over 10 inches and weighing over 10 kg. Lobster came mostly from the northeast coast of North America with the Canadian Maritimes and the U.S. state of Maine as the largest producer. They were caught with lobster traps. The tool is baited and lowered to the seabed. These tools let the lobster in, but it is not possible for large lobsters to exit. This tool makes a small lobster can be out catching lobsters so that could prevents excessive.
Anatomy of the lobster includes the cephalothorax which fuses the head and chest, both of which are covered by a chitinous carapace, and abdomen. The head bears lobster antennae, antennules, jaw, the first and second maxillae, and maxillipeds first, second, and third. Because lobsters live in the murky environment at the bottom of the sea, they mostly use their antennae as sensors. Lobster eye has a convex structure reflective of the retina. Conversely, the most complex eyes use refractive ray concentrators (lenses) and concave retina. Including abdominal swimmerets and its tail composed of uropods and telson.
Largest lobster in the world is a statue. Shediac, New Brunswick calls itself the lobster capital of the world and to prove it they create 35 feet long statue of a lobster weighing 50 tons to pay tribute to this crustacean, the worlds largest lobster unfortunately it is not edible. This is largest lobster.