Say Goodbye to Bluefin?


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After years of voracious demand, the population of bluefin tuna has been decimated. A ban has been proposed but support has not been unanimous.Good writes:

News about the bluefin's extinction might be a little premature, but it's news you might see around the corner—and not just in The Onion of food news. The current rate of tuna extraction may be reaching the point of no return, when there simply aren't enough fish left to recreate a stable wild population. We may have reached Peak Tuna, and the end of bluefish may be near. It's time to consider lighter sushi fare.

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Tags: Fish | Fishing | Oceans

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