Spotted prawn is a large size shrimp found in the North Pacific Ocean. Some spotted prawns can grow larger than a human hand, which is up to around 23 centimetres long. Just like it’s being called, spotted prawn has two distinctive white spots on each side of the tail. The body of the spot prawn is shown in a semi-transparent red colour. It can be eaten both raw or cooked. Raw spot prawn has a crunchy texture and clean, sweet taste. After cooking, spotted shrimp shows a pink colour. The texture turned firm, and the taste is sweet and luscious. Spotted is full of nutrients including protein, vitamins B-6, B-12, niacin and iron.