Skip to comments.Japan sighs relief as bluefin tuna ban fails
Posted on 03/19/2010 11:52:31 AM PDT by JoeProBono
Rejection Thursday of a bluefin tuna ban at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) drew sighs of relief from sushi chefs and fishermen across Japan. Japan consumes about three-quarters of the globe's bluefin tuna.
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The largest bluefin tuna ever caught weighed a whopping 1,496 pounds.
We all know you can’t continue to pull these many fish out of the water without some repercussions. Seems to me there should be some responsibility to help replenish and maintain what is obviously a valuable resource.
That last pic looks like a closed eye....
It tastes like crap, cooked or raw. Stick with the crab and eel, Nihon.
I love bluefin. It’s like steak of the sea.
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