By Kelli Bender
Dec 10, 2012
After spending some quality time with the four-clawed crustacean, Donnell will turn the animal over to the Maine Department of Marine Resources for research.
Forewarned is forarmed, but four armed is weird.
More than likely nuke subs
4 legged lobster? I wouldn't eat it. Poisons, pollution, chemicals, sewage - all in the deep waters of the sea. This one is a mutant like the eight legged frogs not far from contamination by nitrates and other fertilizers. I understand the BP Gulf oil spill will seep around Florida and head up the eastern coast and eventually feed the nutrients necessary to continue mutating lobsters, fish and the coastline. On second thought, the deformed lobsters will have more meat when presented at the dining table. We're going to die anyway. Might as well die well fed.
I got a pound of butter. I dont care if he has 16 claws he goes in the pot!
Would have been better if it were 2 tails!
This deformity is rare in the U.S.A. . BUT....I once caught a huge blue crab the size of a turkey platter in the WAIR river in Glouchester County VA. this latter lead to spotting a huge black manna-ray on an incomeing tide that shocked the community when reported .So....what's the big DEAL....YOU SHOULD SEE THE FISH THERE PULLING OUT THE POTOMAC RIVER ,RAIR ( 4 FT. CHANNEL CATFISH ) .YOU NEED HEAVY GEAR TO HAUL IN . Iv'e personally snapper a zebco 404 rig an not known what the heck was on the other end to snap a 20 pound test rig setup .So what's the point HERE ?
Sounds like another fish story to me, Larry...
Aw Pinchy. You survived after all!
i think lobster got drunk and thought it lost its claws and grew some more
This could be caused by radiation
You could be caused by radiation too. Quit blaming everything on something you know nothing about Thanks.
Breed this and make lots of money! MORE MEAT!