RARE: 1 in 50-million 'split lobster' discovered in Nova Scotia





One of the world’s rarest lobsters has been discovered in Nova Scotia.Now being housed at The Northumberland Fisheries museum in Pictou, the odds of coming across a split lobster like this one are 1 in 50 million.

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6 Replies to “RARE: 1 in 50-million 'split lobster' discovered in Nova Scotia”

  1. I really like this video except for the misinformation. The split lobster is not a conjoined twin….two individuals connected together. It's a chimera…one individual made from two sets of DNA.

  2. Very VERY cool! Such a great opportunity to share this with my 11 year old son and have him do some summer learning. I wish we lived close by. The closest we get here…crawfish season. 😜 (We're on the Texas coast)

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