Although the soft-shell lobsters resemble lobsters and langoustines in appearance, these crustaceans, both in the family of Pleocyemata, have hard shells and exoskeletons. However, the former is Achelata and the latter is Astacidea. The biggest difference of the two is that the lobsters have longer and thicker antennas that have more stingers. Meanwhile, the lobsters do not have claws. The langoustines have smaller antennae. Their first three pairs of legs evolved into claws. The first pair of claws is especially large.
The difference between the soft-shell lobster and the hard-shell ones is that we can eat the entire soft-shell lobster, while we can only eat the 37.5% of a hard-shell lobster.
Our production process
Wild lobsters→ well fed→ shed shells→ captured and frozen with ultra-low temperature→ for shipping
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