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Fishing Commissions Agree to Plan to Restore Bluefin-Tuna Populations
Its population has fallen 76 percent from historic levels.
Here’s a Bluefin Tuna That Just Sold for $632,000
$1,356 per pound of endangered seafood.
A New Warning Says We Could Run Out of Fish by 2048
If something doesn’t change.
The Ocean Contains Half the Fish It Had 50 Years Ago
Bad news for tuna lovers.
Dwindling Cod Supply Casts Doubt on the Future of Fish and Chips
Next thing you know, scientists will be calling for tartar-sauce control.
End of the Line
There’s Never Been a Worse Time to Be a Bluefin Tuna
Someone caught a very big fish off the coast of Japan.
‘Fin’-ished: Food Network Eighty-Sixes Its Shark Recipes
The network has pulled all recipes from its website that contain shark and has vowed to no longer feature the underwater predator as food in any upcoming programming.
Death and Robbery Won’t Stop Jim’s Steaks; Scientists Explain Brain
Plus: Five, possibly six, of the eight species of tuna are at the risk of extinction; and Sinatra liked his Jack Daniels, all in our morning news roundup.
Are Your Fish Oil Pills Destroying the Food Chain?
Fish oil supplements may be just as unsustainable a source of Omega-3’s as wild fish.