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Maine Lobster Wire

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lobster-maine-fishing-gw.jpgMaine, a state known for its lush lobster rolls, may son have to adopt a new favorite food. Scientists say the Gulf of Maine is "heating up faster than 99 percent of the world's oceans." This mean "long-established species…are departing for colder waters." However, seafood like blue crabs and squid — which are unusual for the area — are now starting to turn up in the area. Squid rolls anyone? [AP][Photo]

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