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I think they only go pink when cooked, don't they?
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)
I know lobsters go pink when cooked, not sure about shrimps..Somebody just told me this is a pink shrimp not a brown one, but it looks brown to me. Is there a way to tell the two species apart?
Thanks Gramandy, -oh dear, not a shrimp at all then!
.. shrimp has eye beyond the rostrum with no serrations and its first pair of thoracic legs have the biggest pincers. Note yours has pincers on 2nd pair making this a prawn for sure. Your close up pic has really helped ID - prawns are not easy to ID - you normally have to get them out of the water and count spikes/check rostrum characteristics.
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