Rare Blue Lobster Found: Seafood Lovers, Would You Eat A Blue Lobster?
Dangerous Dave 2008/10/17 18:57:06
A rare blue lobster was found by a fisherman in Bristol, Rhode Island. Yummy, I love seafood. Blue lobsters aren't actually very fussy when it comes to food. In the wild, they eat aquatic plants, algae, rotting vegetation that falls into the water, snails, fish, and even the decomposing flesh of animals that die in or near the water. According to the Education Center, the odds of finding a naturally occurring blue lobster are more than one in a million. Will you try one of these?
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