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World's tuna and mackerel populations suffer drastic 74% decline
Tuna and mackerel populations have suffered a drastic 74 percent decline within the last 40 years, researchers have found. The World Wildlife Fund warns that if we don't act quickly, we face losing species that are critical to human food security.
US Bluefin tuna record Fukushima radiation
Apparently Pacific Bluefin tuna in the U.S. is showing radioactive signals from Fukushima, but officials say it is "safe to eat."
Mediterranean bluefin tuna stocks collapsing
The bluefin tuna fishery opens tomorrow and WWF has released an analysis showing the bluefin breeding population will disappear by 2012 under the current fishing regime.
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