Lost Lobster  LbNA # 17241 (ARCHIVED)

Ownerjbzfarm    
Placed DateAug 5 2005
CountyHancock
Location???, ME
Boxes1
Found By???
Last UpdateAug 31 2007

Clues


**RETIRED 7/2008**

In order to find the town in which the lobster is lost you must know a little bit about these fine crustaceans. Fill in the answers to the questions below then...step 2.

1. What is the name of the smaller claw that is used for tearing and cutting?

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sixth and seventh letters.

2. Name the pair of these closest to the solid shell that are soft and feathery in a female but hard and bony in the male.

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first, second, seventh, ninth and tenth letters.

3. Name the Phylum of the maine lobster.

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third, fourth, sixth and eighth letters.

4. What is the name of the mouthparts used to crush food?

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second and sixth letters.

5. Name the Genus of the maine lobster.

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first and sixth letters.

Unscramble the 15 identified letters to the above answers to combine into a a two word name of the town in which you can find the lost lobster. Good luck.

On to the directional clues which are to be read or "sung" to the tune of "Rock Lobster" by the B-52s.


Lost Lobster

He was at a party.
His crusher fell in the cheese.
Someone reached in and grabbed it.
It was a lost lobster!

He was at a party.
Everybody had matching buns.
The lobster went down east
and there he had a dog feast.
It wasn't a dog's feast,
it was a lost lobster!

Motion towards the ocean.
On that Point Road.
Lots of trouble.
Lots of bubble.
He was in a jam.
What a lost lobster I am!

Drive, drive...

Not far from the waves.
Cranberries wavin'.
Wavin' on the Hill.
Not on the low road.
See the sign on your right?
Oldest yard for lost lobster tonight.

Striped skeeters snappin'.
Spooky spiders webbin'.
Grasses growin'.
Winds a blowin'.

Down, down under a rock!

Down the ramp,
to the base.
180 degrees due south.
Step out 32, no time to waste.

Stampin' 'round the "Young" stone.
Hav'n fun.
Stampin' lobster.
Stampin' in the sun.

Put on your bib.
Put on the kettle.
Pass the drawn butter.
You found the Lost Lobster!

Congratulations!

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