Just last month, a blue lobster—which, statistically speaking, is a one-in-two million find—was caught in a trap off the coast of Maine. This week, not one but two extremely rare white lobsters were found off the Maine coast. The genetic mutation resulting in the white color appears in only one out of every 100 million lobsters. Lobsterman Joe Bates caught one of the white lobsters early last week, about a mile off the Rockland breakwater. Just a couple days later, lobsterman Bert Philbrick caught a white lobster off Owls Head. One of the creatures will go to Main State Aquarium, reports The Portland Press Herald, while the second will be donated to lobster supply store Brooks Trap Mill. An expert told the Herald he wasn’t positive the shellfish were bona fide albino lobsters, since they have a blueish hue to their shells. But he says the find is a “big deal” either way, and states, “It’s nothing I’ve seen before.” Now it’s time to play a game of…

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Blue lobster: 1 in 2,000,000 Photo: Miss Meghan’s Lobster Catch blue Yellow/orange lobster: 1 in 30,000,000 Photo: Perez/AP yellow White lobster: 1 in 100,000,000 Photo: AP/Owls Head Lobster Co white Fourchu lobster from Nova Scotia As of 2012, only 11 boats in a tiny fishing village on Cape Breton Island off Nova Scotia were catching these ultra-rare lobsters. These sought-out crustaceans are prized for their plumpness and superior taste. (Photo: International Culinary Center) forchu [via Boston.com]