This is a rare site for sure. Lobsterman Bill Coppersmith was fishing on Maine’s Casco Bay on Friday (November 5th) when he caught a rainbow-colored cotton candy lobster. The odds of catching such a lobster are about 1 in 100 million, and the lobster has an iridescent, opal-like shade on its shell– a result of a genetic mutation. Get Maine Lobster CEO Mark Murrell tells Fox, “This is the first cotton candy we have discovered. Finding one like this is a true gift. It shows Mother Nature’s true artistry.” Coppersmith named the lobster “Haddie,” and says the lobster will be donated to the Seacoast Science Center in New Hampshire.