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A rare albino lobster on display after they have been caught off the coast of Yorkshire, in the United Kingdom.
The white lobster was caught by a very surprised fisherman earlier this month, the press agency SWNS reports.
As a curator at the North-Eastern Coast of the Fishing industry and Conservation Authority (IFCA) told SWNS that he had “never seen anything like it.”
He went on to explain: “Albino lobsters are incredibly rare — I’ve never seen one.”
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An ultra-rare albino lobster has gone on display after being caught off the Yorkshire coast. (Picture SWNS)
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The fisherman reportedly wanted to be a rare specimen to go somewhere, it can be enjoyed by the general public.
“It was nice of him to do that, because it is well-known that they can be sold for a lot of money,” the conservation officer, told SWNS.
Albino lobsters are the result of a genetic condition called leucism, which leaves them with no pigment in their shells.
The cancer is still to be seen in a tank at one of the National Trust’s visitor centre, in the neighbourhood of Whitby, in North Yorkshire.
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