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Growing up is tough in a spiky shell

Spiny rock lobsters don't grow like we do. Find out what is so special about them in this video ...
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An antenna, or hihi in Māori, is a thin feeler that sticks out of the head of an insect, crab, etc. It is used to sense things such as touch, air motion, vibration (sound), smell, or taste.



An animal (E.g. a shark, dolphin, or human) that naturally hunts and eats other animals.

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