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red fishes of American coastal tropical waters having very large eyes and rough scales

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Survival and recruitment of bigeye in the Pacific Ocean, estimated by the data of tuna longline catch.
The Bigeye tuna has only been caught here once, in 1985 by a 15-year-old boy angling in Newlyn Harbour in Cornwall.
Japan offered Monday to give China a 1,000-ton part of its 33,000-ton bigeye tuna catch quota assigned by the intergovernmental organization responsible for the conservation of Atlantic tuna in exchange for China barring Chinese fishing boats from catching large quantities of tuna.
Bigeye Tuna--a seasonally-migratory schooling fish of warm temperate waters.
He says the surveys, together with logbook data from the whole fleet, indicated about 1450 black marlin were caught as bycatch by longliners targeting bigeye and yellowfin in Area E from August 1995 to September 1996.
The first signs came with the GAO's critical work on dozens of troubled weapons programs, including the B-2 Bomber, the Bigeye chemical bomb and the Sergeant York anti-aircraft gun.
Last week a group of legislators released a General Accounting Office report that criticized Pentagon testing of a key delivery system for the gas, the Bigeye bomb.
The measure prohibits retention and sale of bigeye threshers, one of the most vulnerable and depleted shark species in the Atlantic.
It's also not in Alan Davidson's 'Seafood of South-East Asia' (Ten Speed Press, 1976 and 2003), where the author identifies a particular fish as Bigeye Trevally, a Carangid fish that Filipinos refer to as maliputo.
Overview Objectives: As a priority in partnering with Australia on pelagic fisheries research, Indonesia identified the need to address information gaps surrounding two species, yellowfin tuna and bigeye tuna, and the fisheries based on them.
Abstract--The bigeye thresher (Alopias superciliosus) is a pelagic shark captured as bycatch in pelagic longline fisheries.
Spread over a part of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is surrounded by incredible marine life and is home to all kinds of tuna species - Skipjack, Yellowfin, Bigeye, Albacore and Bluefin, to name a few.
In the wake of the ninth meeting of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC), the Council adopted fishing opportunities for bigeye tuna, yellowfin tuna and bonito allocated to EU-flagged vessels operating in this area.
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The data revealed that basking sharks, bigeye tuna, Atlantic cod, leatherback turtles, and Magellanic penguins swim up and down in the water column according to a Levy pattern.