LONDON (AP) A popular British cartoon character, a lizard, is a reference to the red lobster.
The cartoon character Samuel Morse, who grew up in a seaside village in Devon, had his first cartoon appearance in 1949.
He later gained recognition as a writer and writer-producer, and is now a regular in British cartoon syndicates, including the U.K.’s “Telegraph Communications.”
But he is also a fish.
The red lobster is a popular British food.
The name comes from the British slang word for red lobster, the red, or yellow.