A pretty unique lobster shipped from Nova Scotia landed at Ready Seafood and was discovered to be not your typical lobster. Meet "Clawdette", she has three claws on one arm on one on the other. Most people, especially Mainers, know that lobsters typically have only two claws. They're chalking this up to genetic mutation.Well this crustacean just bought herself and extra long life.

Double the amount of claw meat doesn't mean it's going to end up on some lucky person's plate. Ready Seafood's in-house marine biologist Curt Brown said he's never seen a four-clawed lobster and that Clawdette is too special to eat. According to ABC News, she will be transferred over to the state department of Human Resources with plans to live out a full life.


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