Prized sashimi tuna bred in captivity...

Prized sashimi tuna bred in captivity for first time

There are 1 comment on the New Scientist story from Aug 5, 2011, titled Prized sashimi tuna bred in captivity for first time. In it, New Scientist reports that:

"And on that farm he had aa " - tuna? Aquatic Old MacDonalds have moved a stride closer to fully farming bluefish tuna now that all three species of the fish - one of the most endangered of those commercially fished - have produced eggs and larvae in captivity.

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Kristoph

Derby, CT

#1 Aug 5, 2011
"Bluefish tuna"?

Scary. I thought journalists 'n' publishers were supposed to have a clue.

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