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  • Saving Larry: Seafood lovers take mercy on lobster

    A group of South Florida seafood lovers decided that a possibly 110-year-old lobster shouldn't be eaten, but saved. They bought him from Sunrise's Tin Fish restaurant and, with the assistance of Tin Fish owner Joe Melluso and Chef Dennis Alvarez, shipped the lobster they named "Larry" to Maine.

A group of South Florida seafood lovers decided that a possibly 110-year-old lobster shouldn't be eaten, but saved. They bought him from Sunrise's Tin Fish restaurant and, with the assistance of Tin Fish owner Joe Melluso and Chef Dennis Alvarez, shipped the lobster they named "Larry" to Maine. David Neal dneal@miamiherald.com
A group of South Florida seafood lovers decided that a possibly 110-year-old lobster shouldn't be eaten, but saved. They bought him from Sunrise's Tin Fish restaurant and, with the assistance of Tin Fish owner Joe Melluso and Chef Dennis Alvarez, shipped the lobster they named "Larry" to Maine. David Neal dneal@miamiherald.com

105-year-old lobster gets saved from supper table and heads back to Maine

July 20, 2016 6:38 PM