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Lobsters have one claw that is slightly larger than the other—this larger claw (which can exert up to 100 pounds of pressure) is used for crushing the hard shells of food sources, like clams, crabs, or other lobsters. The other smaller claw is used for tearing the soft flesh of food sources.