Bright blue lobster

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A father and son fishing in Maine caught a rare, one-in-two-million sea discovery, according to marine biologists.

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The crustacean, nicknamed "Lucky Blue," was discovered in ocean waters beyond Peaks Island, off the southeast coast of the state.

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Becky Rand, whose son Luke Rand caught the lobster, caught it on Thursday.

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His mother shares that this is not the first time he and his father have caught vibrantly colored of lobster.

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She has also caught rare calico and orange lobsters over the years, she claims.

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Luke lives in Falmouth, a small town just north of Portland, with his mother.

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She claims her son has been lobstering on his father's boat since he was eight years old.

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They Shares "We've never pulled or seen one this colour to throw back," 

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The lobster is currently on display in a tank at Becky's Diner, his mother's Portland waterfront restaurant.

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"We're returning it ocean water in two weeks," she said.

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"But for the time being, we thought the kids would enjoy it at a nearby aquarium.

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They named him 'Lucky Blue,' because he won't be boiled and will be returned to the ocean water."

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They named him 'Lucky Blue,' because he won't be boiled and will be returned to the ocean water."

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"This one was a keeper," his mother said on Tuesday. "They have to throw it back if it's a female or if it's not a big enough male."

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