Lucky for this lobster he will not be boiled, baked or stuffed. An employee at a Red Lobster restaurant in Ohio noticed that it looked a little different from the others that arrived in a shipment. While unloading the lobsters, the employee saw that this one had a blue shell, so he set it aside and called up the folks at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. They told him that the blue lobster is extremely rare...like one in 2 million rare...so they recommended saving the little guy. The aquarium wasn't able to take the lobster in, however they called The Akron Zoo which was able to adopt the lobster, named Clawde by Red Lobster employees. This lucky crustacean now resides in some new digs called “Clawde’s Man Cave” at the zoo.
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