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Largest Lobster Caught in Icelandic Waters

The largest lobster to have been caught in Icelandic waters was brought to land at Þorlákshöfn, Southwest Iceland, last Thursday.

lobster-vid-fjorubordid_psArchive photo by Páll Stefánsson.

The lobster was caught in Selvogur nearby. The crustacean’s torso measures 88 mm, 7 mm more than the previous record of 81 mm which was caught ten years ago. The lobster measures about half a meter in length and weighs 490 grams, reports.

A staff member of the Marine Research Institute, who checks the unloading of most lobster boats which land in Þorlákshöfn, confirmed the Icelandic record.


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