This Aug. 17, 2013, photo shows a two-toned lobster caught by lobsterman Jeff Edwards in Owl’s Head, Maine. Photo by: AP Photo/Ship to Shore Lobster Co., Elsie Mason
August 31, 2013 11:50:39 PM
PORTLAND, Maine -- Maine has seen its share of blue lobsters, orange lobsters, albino lobsters and calico lobsters. But one on display at a Portland research facility has all of those turning green with envy.
The lobster at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute is half orange and half brown.
The lobster was caught by lobsterman Jeff Edwards and was donated by Ship to Shore Lobster Co. in Owl's Head.
Research Institute spokesman Steven Profaizer says it's being kept in a tank used by the LabVenture education experience.
As for the lobster, it is indeed rare. The Lobster Institute at the University of Maine tells WMTW-TV this type of two-tone lobster is one in 50 million. Only albino lobsters are rarer.
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