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• July and August
• The Magdalen Islands
The scallop is the only bivalve mollusc able to swim by rapidly clapping its shells together.
• March to June
• The North Shore and the Gaspé
Only male snow crabs are kept when caught. The much smaller female is returned to the water to preserve the species.
• All year long
Quebec oysters are as good as any from the maritime provinces. With their delicate and salty taste these oysters have an abundant flesh and a silky texture
• April to October
• The Gaspé and Sept-Îles
Caught in cold, northern waters, this miniature shrimp is considered more flavourful and delicious than its cousins who come from warmer waters. No wonder it’s so highly prized!
• May to July
• The Magdalen Islands, the Gaspé, Anticosti Island
This king of crustaceans is simply fascinating! It can live for decades and scientists are curious to know more about its longevity!
• May to October
Turbot is also known as Greenland halibut or black halibut.
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