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lobster trap

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It looks like a cross between a credit card and a Z-Pak of antibiotics and acts like a lobster trap for microbes.
The bathroom beginning to look like a lobster trap with its yellow bars
According to the Marine Species Identification Portal (MISP), which was started with help form the UNESCO, the lobster is "Reported from rather shallow water in Japan, where it sometimes is caught in lobster trap nets." The uses of the lobster are limited.
(2001) attached a video recording system to a standard lobster trap and noted the behaviors of American lobsters in and around a trap for up to 48 h.
If we know that a massive amount of plastic is entering the ocean each year, what does it matter if it is a bottle cap on a beach, a lost lobster trap on the seafloor, or a nearly invisible particle floating thousands of miles offshore?
The Jonah crab becomes caught in a lobster trap. Next the blue lobster spies a swordfish and observes him hunting an octopus.
They include a bag of gold, a crocodile foot, a stolen suitcase that was soon reunited with its owners, and lobster trap tags from Newfoundland, off the east coast of Canada.
Spatial and temporal patterns of lobster trap fishing: a survey of fishing effort and habitat structure.
We let Quinn open the box and dump its contents on the lobster trap that we had converted into a coffee table.
THIS is some lobster trap the SNP leadership are creating for themselves on independence.