A fisherman caught an extremely rare two-toned lobster off the coast of Maine. It is half brown, half red.
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And the fisherman who found it did not eat it. He donated the cool crustacean to the Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries. It's now in a touch tank, so visitors can see him up close and personal.
Did you hear? Our FREE marine education center, Discovery Wharf currently has FOUR rare lobsters in our touch tank. 2 calico lobsters, 1 blue lobster , and 1 two-toned lobster. Check it out! pic.twitter.com/XGfmAtjefh— Coastal Fisheries (@mccfisheries) September 9, 2019
The University of Maine says the odds of finding such a red and brown lobster are one in 50 million.
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