The bigeye tuna population struggles to recover from overfishing

It's sold in cans or as sashimi, but now bigeye tuna is threatened by years of overfishing.

11/15/2018 11:47 AMupdated: 03/11/2019 2:01 PM
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  • Erin W.
    11/15/2018 13:26

    one way to fix this problem is to urge those demanding tuna to stop eating it...

  • Tin K.
    11/15/2018 13:31

    What is called overfishing?

  • Adam J.
    11/15/2018 13:38

    What kind of idiot gives two shits about tuna. 😂😂😂

  • Lee F.
    11/15/2018 14:02

    Not hard let the governments of each country pays subsidies and cancel the fishing for 5 years completely and then regulate it to let the smaller fish go to reproduce

  • Grgo K.
    11/15/2018 18:31

    In Croatia we raise them in sea cages

  • Gary T.
    11/15/2018 21:37

    Time to stop the wholesale plunder of seas...

  • Rhia B.
    11/16/2018 00:24

    Could just stop eating fish, it’s not hard 👍🏼

  • Aoun M.
    11/16/2018 04:56

    Stop eating fish for 5 years.. trust me you would not die, and on the other side.. you will not live forever if you will keep on eating..

  • Johnny D.
    11/16/2018 05:32

    I like her teeth

  • شاهر ه.
    11/16/2018 06:03

    With all the massive scale of overfishing but the price still high because the demand is far more higher, what kind of sorcery is this

  • Paul S.
    11/16/2018 06:20

    They don't Care !!!! Someone has to make them stop!! Make it a crime! Then maybe!

  • Rd C.
    11/16/2018 07:33

    Meat allso stop eating

  • Jim O.
    11/16/2018 08:20

    Tuna is a significant source of protein in my diet, but I will not eat certain types that are overfished. As a consumer, educate yourself. Some of the markets and sushi restaurants I frequent offer blue fin/Tora, but I will not order it (even though it is insanely delicious) until natural stocks have been restored to abundance. Consumers need to be sensible in their consumption. It's the only way to attain and maintain sustainability.

  • Wez N.
    11/16/2018 17:22

    , can you justify your comment that "in the Western Pacific the situation is so severe the population struggles to recover"? Have you actually reviewed the science? The Western and Central Pacific bigeye stock is not overfished, nor is it subject to overfishing. You should be using it as an example of successful fisheries management.

  • Hans H.
    11/16/2018 23:23

    Think about how mutch plastic that is wasted in our seas , fish is not the problem that is plastic wast ,every time we use plast we kill water near around

  • Sonn S.
    11/17/2018 03:39

    Tell this to the greedy China.

  • Ahmed M.
    11/17/2018 05:48

    one way to fix this problem is to urge those demanding tuna to stop eating it...

  • Md M.
    11/17/2018 07:48

    Greedy Japanese are finishing all kinds of Tuna and wheals from around the world in the name of Susi . World 90% catch of Tuna and wheals are reaching Tokyo Fish Market. Japanese eat it without cock as Raw like animal . This is their most lucrative Fish .To save all kinds of Tuna and wheals from Japanese , Japan should Ban for 5 years to fishing and eating Tuna and wheals .

  • Sidharth H.
    11/17/2018 08:46

    I'll take Chicken and beef over fish anyday

  • Ismat A.
    11/17/2018 10:27

    I never tasted tuna in my life