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Bamboo Lobster

Bamboo Lobster is a species of lobster that lives in tropical reefs. Other names include a multi-colored rock lobster, bamboo lobster, a blue lobster and blue lobster. P. lichen — is one of the three most common varieties of lobster in Sri Lanka. It grows to a length of up to 40 centimeters, but usually not more than 30 cm. It does not have claws, but there are 2 two spines above the eyes, two pairs of large antennae, like all lobsters. The first pair of antennae with a double end, the second rigid and prickly, usually white. The shell is white, pink and black, with horizontal stripes and a grid of strips. Belly is green with transverse black and white stripes. The legs are dark brown with white stripes, and the tail is blue-green.

Batik Lobster

Long-legged Batik Lobster is one of the species of Lobster, who lives in the shallow waters of rocky and coral reefs in the tropical region. It grows to a maximum of about 30 cm., But the normal size of an adult is 20 to 25 cm, with a shell length of up to 10 cm. The overall color is dark brown or bluish-brown with numerous circular white spots on the abdomen and rather small spots on other parts of the body. On the legs there are longitudinal bands, sometimes a white spot near the tip of the head.

Long-legged Batik Lobster (Latin: Panulirus longipes) lives in the Indian and Pacific oceans. The catch location is Sri Lanka. The production of lobsters on a large scale is difficult due to the fact that they grow very long.

Blue Swimming Crab

Blue Crab occurs in the tidal estuaries of the Indian and western Pacific. These crabs are widespread in East Africa, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Australia, the Persian Gulf and New Zealand. One of the favorite habitats of the blue crab is Sri Lanka.
The blue crab is an omnivore. Its food — mollusks, mussels, young crustaceans, fish, worms, plants, as well as carrion. With a shortage of food, crabs are prone to cannibalism.

Blue Crab (Latin: Portunus pelagicus) grows to 15 cm. Representatives of this crab are excellent swimmers: because of a pair of flattened feet they can not live without water for long, like other types of crab.

Brown Lobster

Lobster Brown is a species of lobster that lives in the shallow waters of rocky and coral reefs in the tropical Indo-Pacific region. Common names for this lobster are spiny lobster, colorful crab, crested lobster, ligust, prickly lobster Sokkoro, red lobster of Pronghorn, golden rocky lobster, prickly rocky lobster and coral cut.

Brown Lobster (Latin: Panulirus longipes) lives in the Indian Ocean. The catch location is Sri Lanka. The production of lobsters on a large scale is difficult due to the fact that they grow very long.

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish — marine animals of the Sepiida genus. They belong to the class of cephalopods, which also includes squid, octopuses and nautilus. Cuttlefish has a unique inner shell. Cuttlefish has large, W-shaped pupils of the eyes, eight «hands» and two tentacles, equipped with jagged suckers, with which they suck up to the prey.
Cuttlefish feed on small shellfish, crab, shrimp, fish, octopus, worms and other cuttlefish. Studies show that cuttlefish are among the most intelligent invertebrates. They also have one of the largest ratios of the brain to body size among all invertebrates.

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