Rare Yellow Lobster is 1 in 30 Million

A rare yellow lobster was caught off the coast of Canada and given to Nathan Nickerson, owner of the Cape Cod restaurant Arnold's Lobster and Clam Bar. 

Yellow lobsters get their name from their appearance of having been boiled, caused by a genetic mutation and is as rare as 1 in 30 million:

New England Aquarium director of research Michael Tlusty said a rare genetic mutation produces yellow lobsters. Life isn't easy for such animals — their bright colors make it easy for predators to spot them.

Nickerson said the predators at his restaurant will never get a hold of Fiona. He said it would be like steaming a Rembrandt.


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I work for a grocery chain in Nova Scotia Canada and we have a yellow lobster also. I am looking for a place I can get him into to be kept alive.. i am very worried he will die and would like someone to contact me as to a museum or oceanogrpy place for him to go...
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