Some rainbow-colored lobsters were on display at the New England Aquarium in Boston on Thursday, including a rare yellow lobster donated earlier this week, Western Mass News in Springfield, Massachusetts, reported.
The yellow lobster was donated by a seafood wholesaler in Salem, Massachusetts, according to the website.
It was caught by a Marblehead lobsterman and added to the collection of other colored lobsters at the aquarium, which includes ones that are blue, orange, and another that has two colors – orange on one side and black on the other.
The yellow lobster will not be on exhibit for at least a month, as it undergoes quarantine; the other colored lobsters can be found at the aquarium hiding in the rocks among the exhibits of the Cold Marine Gallery.
The aquarium noted the chances of finding a yellow lobster in the wild is estimated to be 1 in 30 million.