(WCMH) — A fisherman recently caught an extremely rare two-toned lobster off the coast of Maine.
The Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries shared a photo of the red and brown lobster Friday.
“Thank you to island fisherman, Captain Daryl Dunham, F/V Force of Habit, for sharing this unique lobster with us,” the group said.
According to the Lobster Institute at the University of Maine, the odds of finding a red and brown split-colored lobster are 1 in 50 million.
Rare as it is, a split lobster isn’t the rarest lobster. The odds of finding an albino lobster are one in 100 million.
The split lobster is on display at Discovery Wharf in Stonington, Maine.
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