Boston lobsters grow particularly slowly because they live in cold waters. A Boston lobster is about 7-10 pounds (about 453g), and a 7-pound Boston lobster is equivalent to growing for nearly a hundred years, so it is known as the "hundred years of lobster." The black-and-green Boston lobster is characterized by a pair of large lobster pliers. The tongs are too thick and the meat is thicker. In contrast, the shrimp body is not creamy, but the meat is tender and delicate. It is very different from the Australian lobster. Boil, charcoal or white wine can be cooked.
Place of origin ：America.USA（美国）