Norway lobster rearing success

The University of Swansea has successfully reared Norway lobster larvae in captivity with a 50% success rate Photo: Adam Powell

Scientists at the UK’s University of Swansea say they have made a significant breakthrough in rearing and hatching Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) as part of an EU initiative to develop its sustainability in the wild.

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