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A party of propitious lobsters have been saved from a dinner-plate predestine after shoppers speckled a peculiar specimens inside tanks during New England supermarkets.
Three of a singular lobsters, whose shells had some-more colourful reddish-orange shades, were detected during a Stop Shop in Cromwell, Conn. A fourth was found in a tank during Stop Shop in North Attleboro, Mass.
After a initial was spotted, Fox 61 reported that lobsters with colourful red hues – before they’re baked – may be as singular as 1 in each 10 million.
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The Cromwell location’s lobsters (Moe, Larry and Curly) are now vital during Beavertail State Park’s aquarium in Jamestown, R.I., while a North Attleboro lobster (which, to a best of anyone’s knowledge, was not named Shemp) is during a biology core in North Kingstown, R.I., WVIT reported.
Meanwhile, a rest of a stores’ lobsters are presumably still slated for large pots of hot water.
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In other rare-lobster news, a Maine fisherman reeled in a singular calico lobster final year, estimated to be a 1-in-30 million find. Also final year, a Maine seafood grill found a cotton-candy-colored lobster in one of the tanks, estimated to be a 1-in-100 million find.