Lobsters in Maine: Claws! - The Economist

Lobsters in Maine: Claws!

Lobsters in Maine: Claws! - The Economist
Lobsters in Maine: Claws!
Published Aug 21, 2004
692 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Have Maine's lobsters become plentiful through judgment or luck? ANYONE aboard a lobster boat "hauling in" off the coast of Maine will observe the frequency with which the captain heaves a trap on to the rails, opens it and then throws...

  
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