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Two-Tone Lobster Found In Maine

Huffington Post

There have been blue lobsters, orange ones, albino lobsters, and even calico lobsters.  But now, at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland, there is a lobster that is half orange and half brown.

The lobster was caught by lobsterman Jeff Edwards and was donated by Shop to Shore Lobster company.   The University of Maine’s Lobster Institute says this type of two-tone lobster is one in 50 million.  They say only albino lobsters are more rare.

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