May - Bluefin Tuna!

“Lone Bluefin” Watercolor Painting May 2016's spotlight Bluefin tuna – largest member of the tuna family. Though it's rare to see the legendary giants anymore, these fish can reach 1,500lbs. The name “bluefin" can refer to several species of tuna – all of which are considered a prized catch and becoming very rare due to the grossly unsustainable rate of commercial overfishing. 80% of harvested Pacific and Atlantic bluefin is sold in Japan, where the demand for this dwindling fish has skyrocketed the price to thousands of dollars a pound. The Atlantic bluefin (Thunnus thynnus) is an endangered species. Despite this, tens of thousands of TONS of Atlantic bluefin are still allowed to be commerc

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