Lobsters have three stomachs, and some have anatomical structures of tooth lobsters that are always amazing, and the digestive tract is no exception.
American lobsters have no teeth in their mouths, but they have special “teeth” in their stomachs. They use special teeth to chew food and grind food into mud. This process is called stomach grinding. After chewing, the paste enters the second stomach and absorbs the nutrients in the food.