Snow Crab Legs
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Shrimp are marine crustaceans that are found on the bottom of the water in nearly every environment around the world. Shrimps are generally tiny in size, with some species of shrimp being so small that many animals cannot see them.
Snow crabs live in the northern Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Other names for snow crabs include "queen crab" (in Canada) and "spider crab" – they are known by different names in different areas of the world. The name "snow crab" refers to the fact that they are commonly found in cold northern oceans.
King crabs are mainly found in cold seas. In North American waters, red king crabs are found in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands, along the coast of the Gulf of Alaska, and south to British Columbia, Canada. The king crab is one of the largest crab species. It can weigh more than 11 pounds, and have a total leg span of over 5 feet, which means that it can be as long as a human is tall.
The Green Lipped Mussel is economically important to New Zealand. It differs from other mussel species in that it has dark brown/green shells with green lips around the edges, and has only one adductor muscle. It is also one of the largest mussel species, reaching 240 mm in length. Males have creamy white flesh and the females are apricot-colored.
Lobsters are a family of crustaceans that live in waters across most of the world’s coastlines. The largest lobster species is the American lobster, which can be found from the coasts of North Carolina into Newfoundland. Because American lobsters grow continuously throughout their lives, they can reach sizes larger than any living crustacean. The largest known American lobster weighed in at 44 pounds 6 ounces.
Crawfish (also known as crayfish, crawdad, mudbugs) are crustaceans that live in fresh water, such as lakes, rivers and streams. They have long muscular bodies including a very hard protective exoskeleton. They have ten legs for walking, the front two of which are claws. Crawfish season can last from February to July, depending on an exceptionally warm and wet winter.
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