Spiny lobsters get their name from their forward-pointing spines that cover their bodies to help protect them from predators. They have a reddish brown shell and have long, horn-like antennae over their eyes that they wave to scare off predators, and smaller antennae-like “antennules” that sense movement and detect chemicals in the water. Unlike the American lobster, they lack large front claws. They can grow up to 15 pounds and 18 inches.
These “Fine Art Reproductions” are printed directly onto premium museum quality art canvas. Available either rolled and ready for framing or framed (gallery wrap). Canvas gallery wraps are canvas wrapped around an artist's stretcher frame and are ready to hang upon delivery.
Image copyright Thomas Krause Designs.
Available Print Sizes:
- 22"w x 18"h
- 30"w x 23"h