Blue Lobster Lesson 1.

Blue Claw Lesson

Blue Lobsters differ from normal (the widely distributed) American Lobsters (also referred as Homarus Americanus) which inhabit the coastal waters from Canada to the Carolinas. The Blue Lobsters are so dangerous that they are beginning to evolve into deadly creatures. Their muscle fibers are quite complex multibranched structures. Typically speaking- the “normal” lobsters have one dominate claw – defined by reflex activity generating mechanoreceptive and primary proprioceptive imput that presumable lateralizes claw ganglion – resulting in a “crusher claw” and a “cutter” claw. Blue Lobsters are so strong and intense that their muscle fibers have allowed them to develop ambidextrous claws.

Walter P. Gillstrom

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