Voice-Tribune cites Lobster Institute data in story about Louisville feast
The Voice-Tribune cited statistics from the University of Maine Lobster Institute about rare-colored lobsters in a story about Louisville, Kentucky’s annual lobster feast fundraiser called Legendary Louisville. For the event, a fascinator (headpiece) was designed by Christine A. Moore of New York City to pay homage to both the city’s Lobster Feast as well as the Kentucky Derby. “Lobsters are pretty interesting, which I never really thought about until this project,” said Moore, who was inspired by the rarity of the multicolored specimens. According to the article, the odds of finding a blue lobster are one in every 2 million; gold, one in every 30 million; and the rarest of all — albino, one in every 100 million.