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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