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#106 - furyofthestorm
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(11/09/2012) [-]
Bad luck lobster.
Biologically immortal.
One of the most delicious animals.
#148 to #106 - prozmbieeater
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(11/09/2012) [-]
#140 to #106 - TheRedDragon **User deleted account**
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#128 to #106 - darkjustifier
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(11/09/2012) [-]
Learn something new everyday.
#112 to #106 - alexeilvlrussian
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(11/09/2012) [-]
I think you're confusing jellyfish with crustacea
#116 to #112 - furyofthestorm
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(11/09/2012) [-]
Nope. Lobster telomerase never shortens. In fact it lengthens as they age.
The older they get, the more fertile they get as well.
Little bastards get stronger the longer we let them live.
#146 to #116 - kennyroks
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(11/09/2012) [-]
telomerase is an enzyme, i think you meant telomeres which are the noncoding dna sequences at the polar ends of DNA strands
#137 to #116 - voxseppo
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(11/09/2012) [-]
Does this mean that we got gigantic lobsters at the bottom of the ocean lead by a gigantic lobster king, just waiting to kill us?
#155 to #137 - akg **User deleted account**
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(11/09/2012) [-]
Yes.
#118 to #116 - alexeilvlrussian
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(11/09/2012) [-]
Learn a new thing everyday.

Can you confirm it by linking a legit article though?
Not saying you're lying, but you know...It's the internet.
#120 to #118 - furyofthestorm
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(11/09/2012) [-]
http://en .wikipedia. org/wiki/Lobster#Longevity
I know people are still iffy about wiki even with the changes to it lately, so here's another one,
http://www .fightaging. org/archives/2007/06/ageless-animals-the-lobster-edition.php
#121 to #120 - alexeilvlrussian
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(11/09/2012) [-]
I see, thanks a lot!
Time to dig in.
#119 to #118 - wooyoungkim
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(11/09/2012) [-]
Look it up on google. There's plenty of articles about lobster and possible immortality. They didn't prove it, but it is supported by many evidences.