132 year olf lobster released back into ocean
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What a waste. I bet that would have been good lobster.

Edit: Fuck. Now I want lobster -.-
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"Louie Louie," is now playing in my head. Go Louie...
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XxDarkSasuxX wrote:

What a waste. I bet that would have been good lobster.

Edit: Fuck. Now I want lobster -.-


You don't want to eat that. The older they are the worst they taste.Think of all the crap it's been eating at the bottom of the ocean for 100+ years. Besides when you cook it all the way through most of the meat will be over cooked and taste like rubber.

Beside it's so old, give the old guy a break, you don't want to be shellfish....
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redokami wrote:
can,..can they really live that long?


Not if I get my hands on them! Man their so good to eat


Fuck now I want to eat one...
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zangeif123 wrote:

Beside it's so old, give the old guy a break, you don't want to be shellfish....


I sea what you did there.
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Probably a death sentence for the thing. I think they're much more susceptible to disease and infection after a certain age since they stop moulting. The nice clean tank was probably the biggest reason for its longevity.
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redokami wrote:

can,..can they really live that long?


Yes, technically speaking, lobsters can't die from old age.


Balzack wrote:

Probably a death sentence for the thing. I think they're much more susceptible to disease and infection after a certain age since they stop moulting. The nice clean tank was probably the biggest reason for its longevity.


Exactly what I was thinking. The restaurant probably won't be getting many postcards...

Although, I guess it sounds better for them to let the elderly lobster free and let nature do it's thing than to kill it so someone can eat it.
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fuck bird dna, we need to expirement with lobster dna to live longer
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In another couple years, if it survives the Thunderdome, it shall return. It will rise again!
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redokami wrote:

fuck bird dna, we need to expirement with lobster dna to live longer


'I have already did a thread on How Lobsters have the potential to be immortal.. and with their help so can we.. But their are a few factors that kill off Lobsters even if the have potential for Immortality.
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Yeah sure, let it defend itself after being in captivity for so long, and is also elderly.

Good job.
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jesus christ it must suck being that old and a lobster
i'd be begging for death
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I wonder if the lobster can even survive in the wild at this point or if it enjoyed being a lazy old man being fed and watching humans.
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