Holy cats, look at this lobster! It's blue! Really, really blue. It is the same Smurfy shade of blue as the one recently caught off the coast of Prince Edward Island, and according to the Mystic Aquarium, only one in a million lobsters are blue, due to a genetic defect. Also: "Blue lobsters tend to be more aggressive because their coloring attracts predators, which may be why so few survive in the wild." And, in case you're wondering, "When a blue lobster is cooked, it ends up looking just like any of its brethren, a baked orange color."
Learn more about the mysteriously transfixing blue lobster here:
And here is a somewhat disturbing video of someone's pet blue lobster, which they supposedly purchased at a Walmart, eating a goldfish in a home aquarium: