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Giant desert hairy scorpion (Hadrurus arizonensis) Featured Lobster Image

Giant desert hairy scorpion (Hadrurus arizonensis)

This giant desert hairy scorpion (Hadrurus arizonensis) is the largest scorpion inhabiting the South-West of North America and one of the 8 to 9 species of Hadrurus in the US. This species is usually yellow with a dark top and has lobster-like pincers. It gets its common name from the brown hairs that cover its body. These hairs help it to detect vibration in the soil. A similar species is Hadrurus spadix

© 2010 Michael L. Baird

German rescue buoy in Channel by G. H. Davis Featured Lobster Image

German rescue buoy in Channel by G. H. Davis

Rettungsboje -- nicknamed lobster pots by the RAF -- German rescue buoys anchored in the English Channel during the Second World War. A diagrammatic drawing of one of the new German rescue buoys anchored ten miles off the French coast for use by German crews forced down by RAF action. Date: 1940

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Lobster fisherman leaves boat and climbs bank of River Dee Featured Lobster Image

Lobster fisherman leaves boat and climbs bank of River Dee

At low water, a lobster fisherman leaves his boat tender at the end of a days fishing and climbs the steep muddy bank of the River Dee in Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. He carries his day's catch and his pair of oars. The background shows the silhouette of Kirkcudbright town with its castle and Tolbooth Date: 2010

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library