Kind of, although albinism is the lack of ANY pigmentation. In the Yellow Lobster’s case, only the genes for red and blue aren’t working properly. Usually, a lobster’s color is the combination of red, yellow and blue pigment genes which combine to make the brownish red color in a lobster’s shell. Only about one in 30 million lobsters has this condition, and about five in 100,000 people are albino (at least in Europe and America; Other parts of the world have higher rates of albinism.)
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