The Abrams Lobster, the Awakened form of the common lobster (Homarus vulgaris), is Europe's largest crustacean, weighing in at over 100 kilograms. It is named after the Abrams tank used during the late 20th century, as it is incredibly strong and well-armored.
Its diet mostly consists of fish, other crustaceans, and sometimes seabird colonies (eggs, chicks, and even adult birds). It is very aggressive and presents a danger to metahuman bathers and divers, as it will attack without any provocation.
The Abrams lobster was first discovered in 2037 through the efforts of a UCAS maritime research expedition working the North Sea between Scotland and Norway.