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The lobster itself looks like it's wasting away. They get to about 30 cm (a foot) long, but their claws and legs are incredibly slim and spindly. This really isn't one of those meaty ones you might see getting boiled alive, torn to pieces and laid out next to some tomatoes.
Unless someone's expensive dinner came back as a skeleton? And then died again and came back as the ghost of a skeleton?
|Image: Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology|