An uncommon lobster is similar to a blue wool candy

There is very little opportunity of detecting wool candy lobsters.

A Maine man captured an uncommon wool lobster for the second time off Cape Roser located in Penobscot Bay three months ago. He captured one of them, which he gifted to an aquarium in Connecticut four years ago.

There is very little chance of discovering cotton candy lobsters, which are mostly detected in Maine.

The lobster raised attention on the Internet after being caught off the Grand Mana’s Canadian island, close to the frontier with Maine, Canada, the previous summer.

That same season, a similar thing occurred at the Portland Scales restaurant. As mentioned in the reviews, these creatures may be the consequence of a genetic mutation or linked to what they eat.

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