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X-ray of lobster (Homarus gammarus) (toned B&W) : Stock Photo
Lobsters were once common in waters off North America and Europe,but overfishing have reduced numbers and they are now considered to a delicacy.Prepared by boiling or broiling either immediately after they have been killed or whilst they are still alive.

X-ray of lobster (Homarus gammarus) (toned B&W)

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Peter Dazeley
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Lobsters were once common in waters off North America and Europe,but overfishing have reduced numbers and they are now considered to a delicacy.Prepared by boiling or broiling either immediately after they have been killed or whilst they are still alive.
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BC3640-001
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