A fisherman in Maine caught a super rare genetically-mutated two-tone lobster, which scientists say is a one in 50 million find

Daryl Dunham, a fisherman in Maine caught a rare two-toned lobster, which scientists say is a 1 in 50 million find.  Dunham donated the unique looking crustacean to the Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries, where it is now on display for visitors to wonder at. It shares a tank with three other rare lobsters, including two spotted “Calico’s” and a rare blue lobster.  Scientist Mike Thalhauser told Insider that the variations in color and pattern are down to rare genetic mutation.  Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. 

A fisherman in Maine has caught an incredibly rare two-tone lobster and

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