06 1 / 2013

"…Lobsters are highly developed. They carry their young for nine months and, when left in peace, can live for more than 100 years. They recognize other individual lobsters, remember past aquaintances, and have elaborate courtship rituals. They take long seasonal journeys, often traveling for hundreds of miles. Elder lobsters help guide young lobsters across the ocean floor by holding their claws in a line that can stretch for many yards."

Heather Moore in “Speaking up for Animals. An Anthology of Women’s Voices” by Lisa Kemmerer.
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