Canada and the U.S. Are Having a Border Dispute Over Lobster

This post originally appeared on Business Insider.

There is still a tiny bit of disputed territory between the U.S. and Canada, and relations on the border are getting frosty.

In the northeastern-most part of the U.S.—on the coast where Maine meets New Brunswick—there are two tiny, uninhabited islands in a political gray area. It isn’t because anyone wants the islands. Instead, they want the lobster surrounding the islands, and it’s disputed which country has the fishing rights.


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