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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