Chickity Check It! the H-Bomb Goes Lobstering With Geno Mondello

The art of Lobstering
Heading out to sea with Gloucester lobsterman Geno Mondello

Food for Thought Heather Atwood

Click the link above for the full story with pictures

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Eight-legged, with 21 body segments and a brain the size of a grasshopper, a lobster inhales through its legs and exhales through its head, extracting oxygen on the way through its gills.

Lobsters can smell. While officially they don’t "hear," it is said that traps are usually empty on July 5, leaving many to believe lobsters hear enough to hide from the fireworks the night before.

Lobstering is the oldest continuous business in Massachusetts.

Click the Picture Below For The Video’s Featuring Geno Building Dories At His Dory Shop and out On His Lobster Boat

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One Response to Chickity Check It! the H-Bomb Goes Lobstering With Geno Mondello

  1. todd zuzulo says:

    loved the article in the times about geno.
    ate some of those lobsters 2 weeks ago.
    he is the true definition of a gloucesterite
    i should know i’m his cousin who lives in new york
    but spent my summers in gloucester
    i also own a house on mondello square how ironic
    keep up the good article in good morning gloucester. Thanks Todd Zuzulo

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