Lobster Habitat?

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A lobster's habitat is an area on the ocean's floor where the lobster's call home. It is in this area that lobsters can be found eating, breeding and roaming. However, most lobsters prefer their homes in rocky areas of the ocean where they can hide in the crevices from predators.
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A lobster's habitat is where it lives, searches for food and reproduces. You can find a lobster in sea weeds and rocky surfaces that provide adequate food and shelter from predators. As they grow, lobsters inhabit deeper waters but return seasonally to shallow waters.
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