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 THE BIG QUESTION:  “Do lobsters feel anything when I cook them?”

NO NO AND NO! A lobster has a brain the size of a grasshopper’s. The lobster brain is primarily a collection of ganglia or nerve endings. It’s evident from the lobster brain’s lack of complexity that a lobster CANNOT have deep thoughts which answers the other big question, “Do lobsters scream when you cook them?”.  The answer is no.  The sound that people hear when putting a lobster into the pot for the first time, is not the lobster screaming, as lobsters have no vocal cords, but is simply air escaping from the shell, similar to a teapot, but on a much smaller scale.