One in a million blue lobster

From BBC:

Lobsters caught off the Atlantic coast of North America aren’t usually very bright. They tend to be a murky, greeny-brown… until they are boiled, when they turn the orangey-pink familiar to diners with high disposable incomes.

So two fishermen off the coast of Nova Scotia made the news when they caught not one, but two vivid blue lobsters in quick succession, 150km (93 miles) apart. Among the region’s fishermen, it’s traditionally considered to be a sign of good fortune.

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