|Re: 140 year old lobster freed from Restaurant|
Posted by Max Bottomtime on January 09, 2009 at 21:44:09:|
In Reply to: 140 year old lobster freed from Restaurant posted by Elaine on January 09, 2009 at 21:09:06:
"The size of Maine lobsters vary with some being as small as 8 inches and with others that can get as large as 23 inches. The largest lobster caught was 3 and a half feet long and weighed 44 pounds 6 ounces. Maine lobsters can live up to 100 years old with the average lifespan of 50 years."
"Knowledge of body size at age makes scientists believe that lobsters can attain a maximum age of 100 years. The normal life span is about 15 years. Lobsters can grow to be 3 feet long in overall body length."
"Some lobsters may live for 50-100 years."
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