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What color is lobster blood?

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What color is lobster blood?

Lobsters:

Lobsters are invertebrates, which means they don't have a backbone. Lobsters live in any type of salt water, so they are seen in all of the oceans. They eat plants and animals and are preyed upon by other animals, including humans.

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Lobster blood is clear, but turns an opaque color once a lobster is boiled or cooked. However, when the blood of a lobster is exposed to oxygen, it...

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Invertebrates: Definition & Examples

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