A lobsterman in Maine just made the catch of a lifetime - an ultra-rare 'cotton candy' lobster.
The lobster has a 1 in 100 million genetic mutation that gives its shell an opal color and iridescent sheen.
The man who caught it, Bill Coppersmith, says he's never seen a cotton candy lobster in 40 years of fishing. He named it Haddie, after his granddaughter.
Groups are now reaching out to aquariums hoping to find a new home for Haddie.