An electric-blue lobster has been saved from the dinner table after being spotted at fish market.
The lobster was caught off the east coast of Scotland before being displayed at a market in London.
Fishmonger Rex Goldsmith thought the lobster was too nice to eat, so bought it and handed it over to researchers at the Natural History Museum.
Scientist believe the lobster, which is normally a much darker blue has got its unusually bright blue colour due to a genetic variant.
The lobster will soon be on display at the London Aquarium, but first it has to go through quarantine to safeguard the other lobsters on display.