Lobsters have an amazing sense of smell! And believe it or not, there's plenty to smell in the ocean. The pair of antennules you see on a lobster is its "nose." Covered with tiny hairs, the antennules can pick up odor molecules from the water. When a lobster moves them downward, water is drawn over these hairs and the lobster takes a whiff of its surroundings.
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