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Fun facts about spiny lobsters:
- Spiny lobsters are nocturnal and live in small groups together called pods. These pods usually consist of one, or a few, dominant females with several smaller males around them.
- Unlike the Maine lobster, spiny lobsters do not have claws!
- Spiny lobsters reproduce in spring and summer. Females carry bright orange eggs on the underside of their tail.
- Lobsters are amazingly smart, their intelligence rivaling octopuses and even human children. They are capable of complex problem solving, and they experience complex emotions like anxiety and happiness -something previously unseen in similar invertebrates.
- Spiny lobsters are vulnerable for 2 full days after molting. They have to molt in order to grow, and they never stop growing throughout their entire lives.
- Lobsters pee out of their faces, using two small glands under their eyes. They use chemicals in their pee to communicate complex signals and messages with other lobsters.
- Spiny lobsters have two large antennae, and two smaller antennules, which are sensory organs that can detect chemicals and movement in the water. When they rub their antenna against a smooth portion of their body, it makes a hissing, screeching noise that scares away most predators.
- While humans have a 4 chambered heart, spiny lobsters just have 1. Their heart sits on top of their stomach, in the upper half of their body.
- There are 60 known species of spiny lobster, ranging all over the world.
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