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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

74 comments

  • Blayke D.
    06/08/2019 03:10

    You are all naive, we all are!! It’s easy to blame someone, a culture, a country “Japan” in this case but if we keep buying, businesses will keep fishing. It’s the same for fishing, farming and mining!! We all blame the major companies for “killing” our planet. If we didn’t buy food, clothes or cars and everything else in between they wouldn’t fish, farm or mine!! No one sees the bigger picture. Each of us are killing our own self.

  • Anthony K.
    06/07/2019 23:57

    Does anyone know what that great music is at the start?

  • Rosalind K.
    06/07/2019 00:31

    All fish will not be here soon. When the fish go so will the oceans and the world 🌎

  • Jayson O.
    06/06/2019 10:21

    The earth doesn't need more populations..... thanos

  • Sue H.
    06/06/2019 07:41

    In addition, nutritionists tell everybody eat more white meat and fish as healthy food, so fishes been kill increase every year. How can fish population grow and recover fast enough for human appetizer. Don’t go Japanese Resturant eat sashimi. Japanese kill fishes the most. Please Don’t go Japanese Resturant eat sashimi. Japanese kill fishes the most.

  • Sue H.
    06/06/2019 07:32

    Don’t go Japanese Resturant eat sashimi. Japanese kill fish the most.

  • Christian J.
    06/05/2019 22:18

    Humans, the most intelligent and destructive species on earth.

  • Tessa M.
    06/05/2019 12:32

    Why does man destroy everything

  • Ann H.
    06/05/2019 00:29

    Is no one "minding the store" in these countries? Where is the foresight?

  • Ron F.
    06/04/2019 22:21

    Save the tuna

  • Олег Л.
    06/04/2019 21:52

    Anyway we shouldn't eat sashimi grade tuna, it is saturated with Mercury

  • Inês Q.
    06/04/2019 19:00

    :(

  • Minina M.
    06/04/2019 17:53

    Diego Peralta :((((

  • Hamzah R.
    06/04/2019 17:44

    Can't see it has supply and demand when stock piles of tinned tuna are in stores and warehouses etc. The company that fishes for them still need the same income multiply that by X amount of other companies hence over fishing,

  • Lorentso V.
    06/04/2019 17:40

    Overfishing is bringing no one profit...Stop this bullshit,Stop talking start acting!

  • Lon C.
    06/04/2019 17:40

    Greedy feckers.... Stop fecking fishing.... Jezus!!!!

  • Justin A.
    06/04/2019 17:23

    End of this kind

  • Yasir A.
    11/30/2018 08:42

    Easy ... Stop eating tuna, no body will be fishing tuna. Or they will end up the tuna and you will not find tuna to eat.

  • Alan S.
    11/30/2018 04:50

    Human desire for more money, and their only care is money.

  • Francisco G.
    11/30/2018 02:20

    malditos

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