Where do lobsters live?


Lobsters live in a murky environment at the bottom of the ocean. They like to hide in rocks and weeds. Lobsters eat crabs, mussels, starfish, smaller fish, clams, and sometimes even other lobsters.
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Breeding takes place on deep rock reefs, and once fertilized the gravid females journey to warm-water currents to release their eggs. Upon hatching, the larvae float in the currents
in the arctic ocean.
Lobsters live in oceans. Living on rocky, sandy, or muddy bottoms from the shoreline to beyond the edge of
Crayfish are plentiful in lakes, streams, rivers, and ponds. They can also be found in bodies of water that do not freeze over in the winter.
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