Scientists find way to breed wild bluefin tuna

JAPANESE scientists may have found a way to save wild bluefin tuna from extinction by successfully breeding and raising the fish in captivity for the first time. Scientists from Kinki University in Wakayama have been working on the technology for 30 years. “The first challenge was to increase survival rates from harvested eggs to hatchlings, […]

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