According to the Lobster Institute at the University of Maine, the probability of catching a white lobster is 1 in 100 million. In the Corn Islands off the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, fishing for white lobster has been a time honored tradition for a select few groups of locals. While inherently dangerous by most standards, the reward can far out way the risks. So... what exactly are white lobsters doing that makes them so hard to find? Well, we put our greatest minds to the task, and this is what we came up with. We're awaiting a response from the Lobster Institute at this time, but until then, we implore you to use your imagination.