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Clawdette the Four-Clawed Lobster Shows Up in Maine Seafood Wholesaler's Shipment
Meet Clawdette, a four-clawed lobster that was discovered among a Maine Wholesaler's latest shipment. Instead of selling her to be steamed with butter, Ready Seafood Co.
UMaine student's lobster photo wins natinoal contest
The graduate student majoring in Marine Biology at the University of Maine monitors lobsters during their earliest stages of life.
Nova Scotia lobster industry facing challenging season
Seafood buyers are reporting high lobster mortality and poor quality, which a federal scientist says may be because lobsters are extra fragile this year in Canada's largest lobster region off southwestern Nova Scotia.
Massachusetts could compete with Maine, Canadian Maritimes in lobster processing
Maine seafood wholesaler acquires rare four-clawed lobster
In a lifetime of lobstering, Curt Brown has seen all kinds of specimens — some with strange, brilliant colors, and even the odd crustacean with an extra claw.

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