They reported the finding to the Ripley Aquarium in Myrtle Beach, which took care of the crustacean.
An orange lobster, so rare that it is estimated that there is one among every 30 million, was saved from being part of the menu of the Red Lobster restaurant in the city of Hollywood, Florida. , who was quick to answer his call.
Lobster, nicknamed ‘Cheddar’ after the famous Cheddar Bay crackers, a Red Lobster specialty, and It is in the Ripley Aquarium, which is now in charge of caring for the specimen, local media report.
Experts explain that orange-colored lobsters are extremely rare because their attractive bright color does not it allows them to survive numerous marine predators.
‘Cheddar’ is not the first lobster ‘pardoned’ by Red Lobster cooks. In 2020, an employee in Ohio discovered a blue lobster in the batch of crustaceans sent to him and reported his find to the Akron Zoo, which also took care of the specimen.