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Adelbert 7 month s ago
#18 good thing you ate it, instead of letting it reproduce. YAY for extinction.
       
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Didi 7 month s ago
Adelbert, it's not a separate species, it is just different colored, same as albinism (which also exist with lobsters). They are rare because their coloring makes them very visible and thus vulnerable to predators. For humans to catch one however is totally random.
       
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Feli 7 month s ago
#13 Even with the photo showing how the product name is spelled, the caption still can't get it right. - sheesh -
       
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Ezideen 7 month s ago
#4 That’s not cool, that Wilson‘s disease.
       
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