PINE POINT, MAINE - Looks like one lobster in Maine got its lucky break, but this one won't be buttered and served as fine cuisine.
Megan Laplante says, "I didn't want anyone else to have it, like to hurt it or cook it, so we'll donate it so it doesn't get harmed and it can live."
Megan, 14, and her dad reeled in the rare, true blue crustacean with one of their traps. Just how rare? Try one-in-2 million rare. So instead of being thrown in a pot and boiled to perfection, Skylar the lobster is going to the get a new home.
"We're gonna give it to the Maine State Aquarium in Booth Bay Harbor."
This lobster is feeling anything but blue then.