bluefin tuna

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Tunisia is part of the second sub-commission responsible for bluefin tunas and the 4
Bluefin tuna stocks are down, and some researchers will tell you that they're in peril.
Atlantic bluefin tuna is regarded as one of the most important and prized species in the ocean.
The Japanese request makes sense, however, since overfishing has threatened supplies of bluefin tuna, and Japan is the largest consumer of this threatened species, one of the principal sources of fish used in the popular sashimi dish.
This historic action will help western Atlantic bluefin tuna rebuild to healthy levels.
The 7ft 1in-long monster was twice the size of another bluefin tuna found near Torquay last year, which was valued by experts at [euro]600,000.
All three varieties of bluefin tuna are considered endangered.
We showed that a bluefin tuna is capable of picking up radioactive material and transporting it across the ocean.
According to the study, cesium 134 and cesium 137 found in 15 bluefin tuna caught off the coast of San Diego, California, last August measured 4 bequerels per kilogram and 6.
According to the Fisheries Agency, the supply of bluefin tuna is decreasing amid tighter international regulations on hauls of the tune which is facing depletion.
TO SCALE: Kiyoshi Kimura, left, cuts the bluefin tuna in front of his sushi restaurant in Tokyo
OTCBB:UMAM) ("Umami" or "the Company"), a holding company of fish farming operations supplying sashimi-grade Northern Bluefin Tuna to the global market, has obtained DNA evidence confirming natural spawning of Bluefin Tuna at its Kali Tuna facility in Croatia.
Summary: The season for an ancient and spectacular tuna-fishing technique has begun off Spain's southwest coast, and fishermen fear it could soon disappear if fleets of factory ships elsewhere keep overfishing prized Atlantic bluefin tuna.
More than 80% of bluefin tuna have disappeared since 1970 almost entirely due to overfishing.
According to many marine biologists, Atlantic bluefin tuna, one of three closely related bluefin tuna species, are in danger of going extinct within a decade if the governments of the world can't come together to ban catching and/or selling the lucrative species.