Northern bluefin tuna
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Northern bluefin tuna are the largest kind of tuna fish. They live for 10 to 25 years.
Origin[change | change source]
Their name comes from the Latin: Thunnus Thynnus
Appearance[change | change source]
Feeding habits[change | change source]
Catching areas[change | change source]
The following are percentages of Tuna caught in different regions in the world.
- 40% North-West Pacific
- 19% North-East Atlantic
- 6% North-West Atlantic
- 35% Mediterranean