This AP article describes the lobster in the photo below as a 20-pound, 140-year-old supercentenarian crustacean. I would tend to call it a superscrumptous, but that's just an opinion. Anyway, this old boy had been in captivity for 10 days after having been caught in the waters off Newfoundland, Canada. He was released last Saturday into the frigid Atlantic waters near Kennebunkport, Maine (Go Maine!!!) after the animal rights advocacy group, PETA, had kicked up enough of a protest for their beloved hard-shell friend to be released back into its natural environs.
I should also mention that there is absolutely no truth to the rumors that George H.W. Bush, whose family owns a vacation home in Kennebunkport, plans to have the lobster recaptured for a retirement party in honor of his son, George W. Bush, who will be leaving the White House in about 10 days.
Question... is there an assisted living home this guy can go to in the Atlantic?Seriously, at his age, how in the world is he going to survive out there after being sheltered and protected from his predators. If you ask me, he's toast.