Tasmania’s Giant Lobsters – level 1
A man was a lobster hunter. Now, he helps Tasmania’s giant lobsters.
The giant lobster lives in fresh water. It is losing its habitat. Fishing is also hurting it. Less than 100,000 giant lobsters live in Tasmania.
The man says that the giant lobsters were really big. They were around 6 kilos heavy. The big lobsters are dead. Today’s lobsters are smaller. Their claws are strong, however. They can break bones.
Difficult words: was/were (past of is/are), lobster (a water animal with a hard shell and its body is in parts), habitat (the place where an animal lives), claws (big front ‘arms’ which can break something).
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