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        This large lobster, weighed in at 18 pounds and was estimated to be 75 years old, destined for the pot has instead found a new home in Coney Island Aquarium by a seafood company worker who decided it was too big for dinner.

        The lobster was caught weeks ago off the coast of Canada sent in a 2-ton shipment to the New England Lobster Co. in San Francisco.

        I am glad that he was saved and found his home but...
        why not just set it free in the ocean instead of in public housing(Aquarium)?

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        That's an incredible age - I had no idea lobsters could live so long and it is huge.  I agree Nan - they should set it free.

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        Maybe it can't survive in the ocean given the age. Then again, I don't know how long a regular lobster can live.
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        I think the aquarium guarantees safety. The lobster definitely won't be caught in a net but then again he made it 75 years without getting caught.
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        I don't really know how long they can live but heard that they can live up to 100 years.
        Now my question is how long can they live without water? 8'|

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