Monday, June 18, 2012

Squat Lobster

  • A new species of crustacean has been discovered in the underwater mountains off the northwest coast of Spain, scientists recently announced. The squat lobster is orange and a little over 2 inches (5 centimeters) long.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The Iberian peninsula enters written records as a land populated largely by the Iberians, Basques and Celts. After an arduous conquest, the peninsula came under the rule of Rome.
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  • The squat lobster is orange and a little over 2 inches (5 centimeters) long. Squat lobsters are more closely related to porcelain and hermit crabs than true lobsters.
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  • From the vampire squid and dragonfish to the sea mouse, fangtooth and squat lobster a new exhibition opening today at the Australian Museum showcases the weird and wonderful animals that make their homes below the sea.
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  • A project of this scale is a first for both ERCCIS and Cornwall Wildlife Trust. The intertidal area is very important for hundreds of species, from the small squat lobster to the more recognisable seal.
  • (Cornish Guardian)
  • Squat lobster: A small (2-3 inches long) spider like species of crustacean with a very high quality tail. Catches are very low as there is no traditional market for this species so it is often put back into the sea.
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  • squat lobster and sea mouse, also on display. Deep Oceans is a joint exhibition from the Australian Museum and Questacon, the National Science and Technology Centre in Canberra, and runs until October 14.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • The "Forgotten Fish" list has been published by Seafood Scotland, the body responsible for promoting Scottish catches, which hopes to inspire consumers to become more adventurous by eating more squat lobster, ling, megrim, hake and saithe.
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  • So you can go squat on any beach, build a structure She tries to scare him into leaving a metal lobster trap by telling him it could be radioactive. She yells "You have NO shame!" And he replies "All I have is shame.
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