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Red Lobster Employee Saves a Rare Blue Lobster And Restaurant Finds a Zoo To Adopt It

Discussion in 'The Junk Drawer' started by Michie, Aug 1, 2020 at 8:06 PM.

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    A rare blue lobster will live out its life at an aquarium rather than ending up on a dinner plate, thanks to restaurant workers in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

    While getting ready for their shift, Red Lobster employees recognized the rarity of the blue shell on one of the lobsters.


    Only one in every 2 million animals has the blue coloration, which is the result of a genetic anomaly.

    After discovering the rare crustacean, they named it Clawde, after the restaurant chain’s mascot, and contacted the Monterey Bay Aquarium, who then reached out to the Akron Zoo.

    Both the Akron Zoo and Red Lobster belong to a conservation partnership called Seafood Watch. The program, run by the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California, strives to help consumers and businesses choose seafood that is farmed sustainably and fished in ways to support a healthy ocean.

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    Red Lobster Employee Saves a Rare Blue Lobster And Restaurant Finds a Zoo To Adopt It
     
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