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This Old Man Lobster Gets Saved

Here’s a 5th-generation Maine fisherman explaining why the 100-year-old lobster he just caught, could also have been caught by his dad, grandfather, great-grandfather, and great-great-grandfather.  There’s a law in Maine’s lobster industry that says fisherman have to throw back baby lobsters so they’re allowed to grow to maturity . . . and oversized older lobsters so they can continue to mate.