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WESTERN AUSTRALIA TUNA
The yellowfin tuna is a type of tuna That inhabits the open waters of tropical and subtropical seas worldwide. It is also known as ahi tuna, from its Hawaiian name ʻahiʻ. The name ahi in Hawaiian also refers to bigeye tuna. It is an epipelagic fish ranging in the top 330 feet of the water column. Reported sizes have ranged as high as 94 inches in length and 440 lb in weight. Yellowfin is becoming a popular replacement for the severely depleted supplies of Southern bluefin tuna.
The second dorsal fin and the anal fin are both bright yellow, thus the common name, and can be very long in mature specimens, The main body is very dark metallic blue, changing to silver on the belly, which has about 20 vertical lines.
Yellowfins tend to school with fishes of the same size, including other species of tuna, and larger fish. They are often seen with dolphins, porpoises, whales and whale sharks. Yellowfins eat other fish, crustaceans, and squid.(source-Wikapedia)
Yellowfin tuna are the second tuna species is terms
of volume and popularity. They are found between 450N and 400S. They cover enormous distances
around the globe, and all stocks mingle. It is a big fish, which can swim at very high speed, which
may be one of the reasons why in some areas, dolphins and large full-grown yellowfin swim together.
Through extensive measures from the side of the tuna industry, and the creation of some very good
monitoring programs. Fortunately the volume by-catch of dolphins has become insignificant now in
relation to the its natural mortality, and was below 500 dolphins on a global basis.