Behavior: territorial, protects its territory. In danger likes to hide in burrows. The day hides in caves, crevices, coral reefs. Lobster enters open spaces only at night. An adult blue lobster moulters several times a year. Once a year, in winter, it gathers in large groups (up to 100,000 individuals) and migrates. Where, has not yet been found out. The most active of lobsters puts his long mustache on the back of another lobster, and leaning on him with the front pair of paws, goes with him on the road. In turn, a third lobster clings to him. When the procession passes by the shelters, other lobsters come out of them, and the chain gradually grows.
When two small chains meet, they merge into one. Nothing can stop the procession that has begun. Moving lobsters leisurely. For a day, they pass about twelve kilometers. In the first hours of the procession, the chain often breaks. Having met the enemy, the lobsters try to get around him, but if this is not possible, then they take the fight. When the flock is attacked by a flock of large fish, the chain of lobsters coagulates into a dense spiral, and the forest of whiskers and spiny outgrowth rushes upward. Omar, knocked out of action by the enemy, loses his head. He begins to spin on the spot, looking for the column. If he still manages to determine the right direction, then he rushes to catch up with the chain.