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    Tuna vid I stumbled upon

    Really nice looking fish here.

    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
    Lyrical arsonist it's arduous spitting this smartest arsenic/

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    Yumm!

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    What a magnificent fish!

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    Awesome video!!

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    Wouldn't you love to just sit down and sample it all?

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    We will see in our life time the extinction of these magnificent fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    We will see in our life time the extinction of these magnificent fish.
    Although you are probably right-- we as humans take everything we can to the brink or past of extinction and then wonder what happened afterwards. Sad but true.
    That being said, I would still like a bite of this one!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    We will see in our life time the extinction of these magnificent fish.
    Cool video.

    And wasn't Mitsubishi buying bluefin by the ton and freezing it so they could sell it after the fish numbers dwindled? I think the tsunami caused the refrigerators to fail and all that fish was lost though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Cool video.

    And wasn't Mitsubishi buying bluefin by the ton and freezing it so they could sell it after the fish numbers dwindled? I think the tsunami caused the refrigerators to fail and all that fish was lost though.

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    Yeah, I too heard the Mitsu was building massive freezers to store all the giant blue fin they could catch and buy so they would have the last remaining supply when they become extinct. Hadn't heard about the freezers failing - not surprising. Disgusting and sad all at the same time.

    The Japanese are by no means alone in the mistreatment of the oceans. As one example, the Spanish are considered some of the best fisherman (commercial) and there are captains that spend their lives targeting one species around the world (Patagonian Tooth Fish, for one - and happens to be my all time FAVORITE fish to eat), taking all they can possibly catch while avoiding being caught by authorities themselves. They know they are pushing that species to the brink of extinction, but they don't care. They'll catch all of that one species and just move on the next when they're gone.

    Just cruz around YouTube for a bit and find eye-watering info...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    We will see in our life time the extinction of these magnificent fish.
    That is Kindai--a farm-raised Bluefin. The lack of dark red meat is a dead giveaway that it's a fat, lazy farm animal. Never had to run from or after anything in it's life.

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