Despite my lifelong fondness for monochrome (I've mentioned that my favorite painter is Franz Kline, haven't I?), I will admit that there are some things that black-and-white just isn't any good for at all.
A screen shot from NBC of a rare blue lobster caught this week in the waters off Prince Edward Island's north shore. The rarity of blue lobsters is variously estimated to be one in 1 to 5 million, depending on who's doing the estimating, and are typically discovered between four times a year and once every four years. The rare color is caused by a genetic mutation.
This fellow will make no one a meal, but will live out the rest of his days pampered and well cared for in an aquarium.
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