Where is a male lobster's bladder located?
- In his head
Lobsters are unique creatures. They shed their hard outer shells to grow. Each time it does this, it's size increases by about 20 percent, and they do this five times a year, on average. The lobster has two stomachs, one located behind its eyes and the second in its abdomen. When the male lobster feels the need to urinate, he eliminates the waste through openings in his face. These openings sit at the base of his second antennae. A sac called a green gland links to the lobster's bladder. They can also eliminate waste through their digestive glands and through their gills. Source: Facts.net
- In his thorax
- In his abdomen
- In his claws