Lobsters Don't Normally Look Like This

A Maine teenager and her father made a 1-in-2 million discovery.
0:40 | 08/25/14

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Please do not -- just -- Cheney's when you see the subject of our next story here. We say that -- cousin has. Is a blue lobster it was caught off the coast of Maine of the weekend. Yeah not color enhanced -- teenager and her dad found it and whether traps people who -- lobster say it's a blue and other. Because of some sort of genetic defect won in two million lobsters turn out this way apparently. And apparently this defects has saved the -- -- life because of that it may drop that a lot of blue water and smothered in butter. It will live out its days at Maine's state aquarium. It looked like he might find it like your -- or something like that yeah. This isn't -- well that would be a long -- but yes absolutely -- it is very beautiful.

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